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Featured Poem: Song by Rupert Brooke

This week’s poem is simply called Song and comes from poet Rupert Brooke, renowned for his war sonnets. 238 more words

Featured Poem

Modernist Consciousness in Virginia Woolf's 'To the Lighthouse' and Katherine Mansfield's "Bliss"

(Please note that this work is the intellectual property of Brianna L. Gray, and may not be copied or repurposed without the author’s express, written permission). 1,972 more words

Dancing with uncertainty

In The Courage to Create, Rollo May argues that creativity is dependent on the limitations of human existence: it is the confrontation with borders that inspires people to push against them. 2,067 more words

Art Theory

On the Completeness of Life 

“Life itself, every moment of it, every drop of it, here, this instant, now, in the sun, in Regent’s Park, was enough.” — Peter (Mrs Dalloway)

Just Quotes

“The beauty of the world which is so soon to perish, has two edges, one of laughter, one of anguish, cutting the heart asunder.”

—Virginia Woolf.

Thought For Today

Woolf, on writing


“… there is the dictionary; there at our disposal are some half-a-million words all in alphabetical order. But can we use them? No, because words do not live in dictionaries, they live in the mind.

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Woolf Works: Royal Ballet

Once again, I am so behind in posting this review. I actually saw Woolf Works – Wayne McGregor’s triptych of Virginia Woolf ballets – on 11th February, and I just haven’t found time to write about it. 551 more words