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A Short Analysis of A. E. Housman’s ‘Tell Me Not Here, It Needs Not Saying’

‘Tell me not here, it needs not saying’ is one of the most famous poems from A. E. Housman’s second volume, Last Poems (1922). In this poem, which comes near the end of the collection, Housman reflects on his relationship with nature, before concluding that, although nature does not care or even know about him, he feels a close bond with it. 662 more words

Literature

A Touch of Classical Wisdom VIII

That man is best who sees the truth himself;

Good too is he who listens to wise counsel.

But who is neither wise himself nor willing 

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Review: Scales & Scoundrels Vol. 1: Into the Dragon’s Maw

Publisher: Image Comics
Released: February 13th 2018
Received: Own
Issues: Scales & Scoundrels 1-5
Rating: 

Scales & Scoundrels is a fantastic and newer series by Sebastian Girner ( 600 more words

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How much money can you make from blogging?

I wanted to clear this up so you could all know the dead-set, honest truth about the amount of money I make from my blog in regards to ads (using the WordAds program). 293 more words

Writing

An opportunity

He also said:

“To the angel of the church in Sardis write: These are the words of him who holds the seven spirits of God and the seven stars. 629 more words

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