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How Charlotte Brontë Made Sexism in the Literary World Reveal Itself

In 1850, Charlotte Brontë wrote, “it is time the obscurity… was done away… the little mystery, which formerly yielded some harmless pleasure, has lost its interest” (Levine 275). 428 more words

Charlotte Bronte

Love Note to Oxford

by Shirley Russell

I suppose it should come as no surprise that I’ve fallen completely in love with you. After all, this is a return and not an introduction. 504 more words



Pseudofloof (catfinition) – a cat’s fictitious name, often used privately between cats, or between people and cats.

In use: “His name was Quinn but the other cats gave him the pesudofloof of Stinky Tail.”


Breaking news: Monomyth, The Foreign Films, The Red Button, and Pseudonym

Forgive your intrepid musical reporter if some of the headlines aren’t exactly ‘breaking’ time-wise. Our foreign bureau is understaffed. And we have to make our own coffee. 625 more words

Breaking News

writing under pseudonyms

I watched you

taste each one of

my secrets on your

tongue and thought

how you learned

everything about me

before you learned

my name.

Fernando Pessoa

Everything’s like that, more or less.
The heart moves in jolts.
Living means not meeting up with yourself.
At the end of it all, if I’m tired, I’ll sleep. 75 more words


Nom de plume

“What’s your name,’ Coraline asked the cat. ‘Look, I’m Coraline. Okay?’
‘Cats don’t have names,’ it said.
‘No?’ said Coraline.
‘No,’ said the cat. ‘Now you people have names.

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