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10 of the Best Carol Ann Duffy Poems Everyone Should Read

The best poems by Carol Ann Duffy

Carol Ann Duffy (b. 1955) is the current UK Poet Laureate, but she has been a major voice in contemporary British poetry for over thirty years, since her first collection, … 866 more words


1984 - George Orwell


Author: George Orwell

Genre: Science Fiction – Dystopia

Originally Published: June 8th 1949

Format: eBook (326 pages)

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Winston Smith works for the Ministry of truth in London, chief city of Airstrip One. 544 more words


Book Review- Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?

Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? by Joyce Carol Oates
Published October 1966
Genres: Literature, Contemporary, Horror
Pages: 20

Her name was Connie.

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Inside My Shoes

Forrest Gump said you can tell a lot about a person by their shoes

I find that to be so true

But it’s not about seeing the shoes… 109 more words

Foucault's Premonition ...

We must align political

Economic and social confines

To allow recognition, of

Postmodernity’s speculative

Arena and our effusive

Non-binding acclimatization

It’s not difficult to recognize… 211 more words

New Poetry

Insect Uprising - a poetic excerpt

This is a world where insects seek

To overthrow their Queen,

Millions in the hundreds

Of years have made fuel

That we burn, the dead… 54 more words


A fascinating psychopath

It has happened again. I have become obsessed with a fictional character, well-two of them really-but I identify far too much with Will Graham to find him more than incredibly interesting — I see much of myself in him so he cannot hold true fascination like Hannibal does. 452 more words