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Blogging To Kill a Mockingbird: Part 7

By ElodieAugust 16, 2017
Every week I read a bit of To Kill a Mockingbird, that juggernaut of classic American literature, and then I come over here and write jokes about overalls and ham. But it’s worth remembering that To Kill a Mockingbird has become a literary... More  →
Blogging <i>To Kill a Mockingbird</i>: Part 7

10 Shakespeare Quotes That Would Make Relatable Titles for Your Memoir

By ElodieAugust 15, 2017
I’m thinking about writing a memoir. No, I haven’t done anything of note, recently or ever, but that doesn’t stop me from thinking about what I would call said memoir (Whoops, My Bad: An Autobiography) and how it would be received by the critics (extremely poorly). I More  →
10 Shakespeare Quotes That Would Make Relatable Titles for Your Memoir

Snapchats from Jane Austen

By Taylor NolesAugust 14, 2017
If our girl Austen had had a Snapchat back in the day, you KNOW she would've been using it to eviscerate her snobbiest relatives. But since she didn't, we took a few guesses at what she would have done. Your spirit lives on through us and our snaps, Jane. More  →
Snapchats from Jane Austen

If Hamlet Characters Had Twitter

By Taylor NolesAugust 10, 2017
If you're honest with yourself, you'll admit that you've always wondered what was trending on Twitter during Hamlet. Well, wonder no more. More  →
If <i>Hamlet</i> Characters Had Twitter

The 8 Most Messed-Up Relationships in Literature

By ElodieAugust 9, 2017
Being the love-starved loser that I am, I’ve always been a big fan of fictional relationships. But while some are an ideal to which we can all aspire, others are pretty much the worst thing ever.  I may not know much about dating (I’m only vaguely aware that this is so More  →
The 8 Most Messed-Up Relationships in Literature

14 Shakespearean Ways to Answer the Question "How Was Your Summer?"

By ElodieAugust 8, 2017
If you did something really fun over the summer, you can go right ahead and skip this article. Just leave the way you came. The rest of us are going to be scratching our brains trying to come up with different ways to say "Good,... More  →
14 Shakespearean Ways to Answer the Question "How Was Your Summer?"

Me Then vs. Me Now: Shakespeare Edition

By Taylor NolesAugust 8, 2017
We gave you the classics; now check out Me Then vs. Me Now in the wild world of Billy the Bard. More  →
Me Then vs. Me Now: Shakespeare Edition

Your Fave Fictional Characters Get Back-to-School Makeovers

By Chelsea DaggerAugust 8, 2017
The list of things that can ease the pain of going back to school is woefully short: there are gratuitous shots of Chris Pratt's torso, industrial-sized bags of gummy worms, last-minute Netflix binges, and THIS SLIDESHOW. Our highly impressive team of crackerjack illustr More  →
Your Fave Fictional Characters Get Back-to-School Makeovers

Snapchats from Hogwarts

By ElodieAugust 7, 2017
You know what's cool? Magic. Spell-casting. Dragons. You know what's less cool? Snapchat, if you're a loser like me. I live a very dull life, so when all the world's non-losers send me snaps of their hooligan parties, I am forced to respond with poorly lit selfies in bed More  →
Snapchats from Hogwarts

Rejected Anagrams That Came Before "I Am Lord Voldemort"

By ElodieAugust 3, 2017
“I am Lord Voldemort” is an anagram of “Tom Marvolo Riddle,” but there’s no way Voldemort came up with this right off the bat. Have you ever tried to make an anagram out of anything? It’s impossible. It’s a fool’s game. The only way to... More  →
Rejected Anagrams That Came Before "I Am Lord Voldemort"