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Review: AnneXe, Birmingham

AnneXe is tucked away in Birmingham, right at the top of Corporation Street, and after my very first visit to it I feel it’s a bit of a hidden gem! 458 more words

Eating Out Reviews

Where the Astronauts Meet - Suzanna Malaval

“Where the Astronauts Meet” (short story) by Suzanna Malaval

English Publication History: Travelling Towards Epsilon (New English Library, 1977)

Original: French (unknown), 1963

Translated by Maxim Jakubowski, 1976… 307 more words

The Gunboat Dread - Daniel Walther

“The Gunboat Dread” (novelette) by Daniel Walther

English Publication History: Travelling Towards Epsilon (New English Library, 1977)

Original: French (La canonnière Epouvante), 1972… 448 more words

A Valentine's Day retrospective: Pot-Au-Feu

This Valentine’s Day my girlfriend and I decided we were going to skip the traditional song and dance. Yes, it is a very manufactured holiday and it seems silly to go out and spend a bunch of money on a bouquet of roses and a fancy dinner. 846 more words

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Thinking Out Loud - Choose YOU

Hey everyone! Sorry I’ve been a bit absent from the blog world recently, I’ve had a very busy and stressful past few weeks, but my life is finally starting to wind down just in time for university to start up again next week (I am so ready to get back, but everyone just looks at me like I’m a crazy person when I tell them that! 755 more words

Eating Disorder

A Jumping Off Point

To kickstart Lineate, I present one of my favorite pieces of art. Interior by Degas is a paragon of interpretability. When I say that I do not believe that you can find an answer in terms of analyzing art, this is my example. 483 more words

Painting

Mon Séjour linguistique

Le séjour linguistique en France, C’est mon rêve!!

j’aime voyagé à l’étranger mais je déteste l’avions. Je ne suis pas timide donc j’aime rencontrer des gens nouveaux et et rencontrer de nouveaux amis. 76 more words

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