So I’m over at Jason’s blog again, talking about my all-time favourite book – surprised I’ve been asked back? Hmnn, I don’t have a gun this time, so maybe that has got something to do with it? 201 more words
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Another of my essays for the MOOC course on Modernism. Title: Compare the approach to the ordinary in Emerson and Woolf.
The word ‘ordinary’ is somewhat Janus-faced. 1,045 more words
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allows violence we
don’t trust girls.
exist and get released to the public, it’s
a camera is presenting
ways to justify our interest in… 91 more words
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Charlotte Bronte was brilliant. She created magic in a tough and most amazing woman named Jayne Eyre. 1,272 more words
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Us, In Between
I wanted to exercise today but I was tired. So I drank three kinds of medicines instead. A tablet for the cold and cough, another for the headache, then a pill for my sadness. 170 more words
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Nikolai Gogol’s story of “The Nose” opens with a macabre scene: a nose found in a loaf of bread. Perhaps this is going to be a murder mystery. 319 more words
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The Prose Café
Into the showers dawn a light dust sprinkling across the grass like fine grains of silk.
The window opens. A dove enters. Its wings flap gracefully, spread white with feathers dancing like a fan. 157 more words
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