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Pick A Side

Emigration brings a particular and very rare opportunity for the émigré, the chance to pick a team. When you’re young, you tend to be handed your team by your birthplace, or the team your parents supported. 1,076 more words


Awaiting Peace

There is a word upon the wind

That in this monochromatic world

Colours unbound are seeping in.

Loose lips have let the forbidden slip

That the clouds of fire and destruction… 208 more words



Just in time for Tory conference the Spectator has had an online refresh. As with the New Statesman‘s recent refresh it has gone more tablet friendly and swipe-able. 45 more words

Guido Fawkes

Spectator for a Day: Life is an Artwork

Abstract Spin Painting 23
by Mark-Chadwick

Living in a tedious world could sometimes bring tension to each of everyone. People are like characters of some sort of story that need to act if they want to give meaning to the role that they play. 331 more words

Lady Chatterley's biscuits

I mentioned Lady Chatterley a few weeks back, and since then I’ve been thinking about her again. In fact I’ve won a prize with her. 483 more words


Understanding Masculinity.

The following article will explain the following queries:

  • What is ”the gaze”?
  • How does it work in cinema?
  • Using representations of masculinity in cinema, is ”the gaze” a valid approach to Film Studies?
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Film Culture/Film Theory