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Jane Austen, whose sharp tongue barely left her cheek during her short lifetime, and, whose caustic...
Brontë in BrusselsApril 28, 2020
I recently stumbled upon a scene which would have appealed to Brontë’s eye for cross-cultural interactions:...
How to Write a Successful Literature ReviewApril 16, 2020
In many ways writing a good literature review is like writing any run of the mill...
Watchman, What of the Night?April 16, 2020
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Festival of the Earth: Rabindranath Tagore’s Environmental VisionApril 16, 2020
I knew it occurred every Autumn. And every Autumn I intended to go. And after many...