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ArtfulScribe 2h
'How Kate Tempest Has made literature more accessible.' discuss how one of poetry and spoken word's biggest names, has made literature relevant to a new generation.
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SyedaNayabZahra Nov 14
When you're in a dark place, you sometimes tend to think you've been buried. Perhaps you've been planted. BLOOM.........
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Great Lines 11h
"I was young and I thought I was tough and I knew it was beautiful and I was a little bit crazy but hadn't noticed it yet." Norman Maclean, USFS 1919
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Jo Swan 51m
Innocent children suffer in silence in domestic abusive household. Part of my poem called Midnight Lullaby. Feel free to comment me and follow me for new poems.
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MyGayToronto 28m
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Andy Peloquin Nov 13
I'd like to acquaint you with ÜLRÜGH by - "Even with increasing seriousness of theme this book never loses its charm" (5★ Review Susan) (via )
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JodyScott lit estate 12m
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Dan Felton 14m
The pride of my collection and far older than I
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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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Ovester Publishing Nov 13
November 17th is National Baklava Day… read more about Northern Cyprus in "Cypriana by Atilla Tiriyaki"
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Chris Totten La Mancha Card Game is on Kickstarter 1m
68% 2 weeks left Help us sally forth and get our Don Quixote-themed storytelling card game fully funded! It’s great for game night and the classroom! It also has game design! Please support and share!
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NABU.ORG Rwanda 6h
It is today people!! It is a beautiful day!!
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Royce 4h
“Sometimes the form or style of a book needs to mirror the complexity of life. Sometimes we need to try and describe the indescribable.” - Nicola Barker
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Parhai Likhai - پڑھائی لکھائی 10h
Continuing our discovery of interesting for children Who were Kalila and Damna? A king goes on a journey to decipher the meaning of 14 stories left by a ruler of ancient times.
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Ann Brady Nov 14
Literature Wales has a Paid Personal Development Opportunity for a Poet. Closing date for applications: 5.00 pm, Wednesday 21 November.
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Luke Walker 2h
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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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JodyScott lit estate 18h
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Routledge Literature 3h
Tonight, , author of Literary Allusion in Harry Potter, will be given a talk at the Oxford University Harry Potter Society in aid of . Tickets are £5 on the door!
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Regina Kenney Nov 10
“Poirot," I said. "I have been thinking." "An admirable exercise my friend. Continue it.” - Agatha Christie, ‘Peril at End House’
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