Previously, I wrote a post on how to analyse unseen poetry, which is a mandatory component in almost all English Literature exams (so make sure you check that out if you haven’t already).Read More »
Previously, I wrote a post analysing the theme of duality in Robert Louis Stevenson’s much loved The Strange Case of Jekyll and Hyde. And one of the most obvious dualities in the novella is good versus evil.Read More »
Is marriage necessary?Read More »
In the age of social media, the line between our public and private selves has never been narrower.Read More »
You know that something’s great literature when it leaves you with a gut-wrenching feeling.Read More »
Here’s a starter for 10 – what is the point of literature?Read More »
Happy Christmas, all.Read More »
Most of us wouldn’t want unreliable people as friends.Read More »
One of the biggest debates in literary studies is this: should literature convey a moral message?
One of the most confusing literary devices is also one of the most frequently seen in literature – imagery.