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H e t e r o t o p ia Nov 7
“You said something very true the other day: that for us, nudity begins with the face.” ― Simone de Beauvoir, The Mandarins
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Quiz Quest Nov 8
Who wrote the poem 'the Waste Land'?
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ArtfulScribe 2h
'This year, an Arts Council report revealed that just 1% of children's books from 2017 had a black or minority ethnic protagonist.' In light of this statistic, has collated a list of the best children's books that do celebrate diversity.
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Cambridge Literature Nov 7
Read free chapters from a range of literature and history titles including India, Empire, and First World War Culture, The Remembered Dead and Veteran Poetics @kingsenglishdept
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H e t e r o t o p ia Nov 7
"I wish that every human life might be pure transparent freedom." Brassäi (1944), Simone de Beauvoir, Café de Flore, Paris
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Naveen Minai Nov 11
Isn't It Byronic, Don't You Think: Romantic Masculinities in Literary and Visual Cultures is one of the best course titles I have ever come up with.
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Anli Serfontein 8m
3/7 - in 7 days, 7 covers - only Cover, nothing else. I nominate if she wants to join in this challenge?
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ArtfulScribe Nov 5
Judging a book by its cover? takes a look at the best book covers from October releases, and it's hard to pick the best one!
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Art Of Conversation 2h
How wrong is it, really, to judge a book by its cover? Are we even capable of NOT doing it? The new essay looks at the outside of books, the many manifestations of the book cover.
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Sarah Linhardt 16h
I’ve been keeping a detailed book list for probably the first time in my life. Suffice to say, if you need book recommendations, I’m ya girl. 🤓📚
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anastasiya s 10h
Too-ticky stood looking on for a while(...)‘Quite, quite,’ she thought with a little sigh. ‘It’s always like this in their adventures. To save and be saved. I wish somebody would write a story sometime about the people who warm up the heroes afterwards.
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Sayori 3h
IT IS TIME TO CHANGE POEMS !! This is my poem today, I am very bad and it shows, okay? (/ / • /ω/ • / /) Now I want to read yours, I'm sure it will help me a lot to improve, leave me in the comments, I'd be happy to read it (^^)
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New Vienna Library 11m
We are having so much fun with our Magic Tree House program this month. Can you guess what two Magic Tree House books are being featured in these photos?
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Butterfly 4h
I’m way too good at this. I really surprise myself sometimes lol
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Kaley Marie Aldrich Nov 10
When the storylines of “The Books of Dawn” and “Howard’s End” are uncanny, but Parren, a female feminist pioneer in Greece, published first. 🤔
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Angela Marshall 1h
Elated that so many made this possible! I’ve had so many books checked out! One student said today, “I usually don’t read that much, but I can’t put (book title) down!”
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Bohunt 6th Form 2h
students attending a series of lectures on Aspects of Tragedy at the Emmanuel Centre in London last week.
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Amy Lemmon 26m
Elizabeth M. Sheehan speaks on in and at with Jeri Zulli, and Sarah Byrd on November 20th!
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Clear Critique Nov 11
I wrote this video script for a while back about books that should be adapted to film. Instead of more remakes, I'd love to see any (or all) of these on film, and wish I could write the screenplay.
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Olivia Lyon-Marsh 2h
I'm looking for a couple of people who have visited so I could ask them a question. Is anyone able to help me? It's for my university project - thank you ☺️.
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