One of my favourite words in English is ‘misnomer’, which means an inaccurate name for something.Read More »
Do you have a favourite poet?Read More »
A friend of mine once said, “what good are emotions if all they do is make you weak?”Read More »
Two of the most commonly mixed-up words in the study of English Literature are ‘form’ and ‘structure’.
Of all the areas in literary analysis, writing about sound is probably one of the most challenging.
Across the ages, war has always been a popular theme in poetry.