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April 23rd 2016 marks the 400th death anniversary of William Shakespeare (you might have heard of him). I was in sixth grade the first time I read Shakespeare’s work — Romeo and Juliet, to be specific. I still have the first part of the prologue memorised: “Two households both alike in dignity / In fair Verona where we lay our scene…” You know the drill. It was around the same time that I really got into writing. I’d already… Read More

You start the year full of energy, expecting to read and enjoy a wide variety of texts in the coming months. As the first weeks begin, you get to work like any other university student. But soon enough, a few things become apparent… 1. Some people seem to think your life is like this: Comments you hear upon the utterance of the words “English literature” are: “What exactly do you do in your course?” “So you just read books… Read More

I went to a book sale today and of course, I couldn’t leave empty handed. One of the books I got is Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. I already have it on Kindle, but I couldn’t resist this beautiful edition. It’s used and it looks like the previous owner has been doing some extensive reading… View this post on Instagram I already have this book on Kindle, but I couldn't resist buying this beautiful edition. It's… Read More

The Fangirl Verdict

Completely biased reviews and fangirling

BTS TRANSLATIONS

(do you, bangtan / do you bangtan?)

Ellie's Letter

thoughts and aspirations

KAIRA THE BOOK GODDESS

a reader in a rough

Echo Edition

personal blog, musings, and ideas

Readingat3am

Books, reviews and discussion