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I’ll Interrobang You!

 !?!?!? You wouldn’t think people need punctuation in poetry, in fact most people seem to ignore it completely – except for the capitalisation of every line (what’s with that?! [That interrobang is for you...

To Break or Not to Break? 0

To Break or Not to Break?

snap, crackle, pop Writers of all ages and all places are aware of line breaks. Sometimes we’re not aware of what line breaks are doing, exactly, but we definitely know they’re there! Completing a...

A Slight Look in the Literary Life of J.D. Salinger 2

A Slight Look in the Literary Life of J.D. Salinger

Me and my friend were talking about trying to indulge ourselves in the literary world’s trend of adolescent/teen novels and, well, any pulp ‘younger’ than adult novels, our usual read. When we were searching...

The Six: Six Things You Didn’t Know About Mark Twain 14

The Six: Six Things You Didn’t Know About Mark Twain

Once a controversial figure banned from student libraries, Mark Twain has been called the greatest American author ever to have lived. His novels can be found in literature classrooms around the world…if they’re not...

Authors from Around the Globe: Kazuo Ishiguro 1

Authors from Around the Globe: Kazuo Ishiguro

When we hear world literature, the first thing which appears on our mind is the diversity of languages and culture and history inscribed on the pieces’ text and context. Taking this note aside, world...