November 30, 2015
The world can seem so chaotic. Does it ever take a break?
Sometimes, in my line of work, things get a little busy. 1,063 more words
Clare Walker Gore is an ECR, having passed her PhD viva at Selwyn College, Cambridge. Her PhD thesis explored disability in the Victorian novel. When she isn’t making grand plans for her next project on life-writing and disability in the nineteenth century, she is mostly to be found knitting and novel-reading. 2,501 more words
By David Michael Newstead.
Few presidents are as accomplished or as iconic as Theodore Roosevelt. And as this year’s Movember wraps up, I wanted to explore the legacy of our 26th commander-in-chief who still manages to standout in interesting ways a century after his time in office. 274 more words
Title: A Brief History of Seven Killings
Author: Marlon James
Page Count: 686
Publisher: OneWorld Publications 2014, this edition 2015
Awards/Accolades: Winner of the Man Booker Prize 2015 and selected in 25 book of the year lists internationally… 1,233 more words
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It’s not quite clear whether our love for Drake is ironic, some sort of patriotic obligation, or if a Canadian, mixed-race, emotional, TV star-turned-rapper simply beat the odds, rose to the top of the charts and became, in his mind anyway, a legend. 673 more words