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7 Fictional Characters Who Didn't Deserve to Have a Happy Ending

By ElodieJune 14, 2018
Sometimes you hate a fictional character so passionately that it almost feels like a betrayal when you reach the end of the book and they DON’T wind up being eaten by wolves or something. You were forced to watch them being terrible for roughly 52 chapters; the least the a More  →
7 Fictional Characters Who Didn't Deserve to Have a Happy Ending

What Summer is Like, Described in Graphs and Charts

By ElodieJune 14, 2018
We have mixed feelings about summer. On the one hand, the weather’s nice and there’s no school. On the other, mosquitos exist and we’re constantly sweaty. Can we all agree on this? Are you with us? Good. Then here is every feeling, either positive or negative, that you More  →
What Summer is Like, Described in Graphs and Charts

Auntie SparkNotes: Do My Friends Not Like Me?

By kat_rosenfieldJune 13, 2018
Dear Auntie, I have these two best friends, "Hale" and "Marie." I have other friends, but these are my best friends. I'm a freshman in high school and I've kind of changed who my friends are, even though I stay in touch with old friends. Hale... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: Do My Friends Not Like Me?

Every Jane Austen Novel, Ranked from Worst to Best

By ShahzodaJune 13, 2018
It is a truth universally acknowledged that everyone has a favorite and least favorite Jane Austen novel. And whether you’re bored or you’re as busy as Bath in July, there’s always time to click through a slideshow ranking the books to see if your personal preferences More  →
Every Jane Austen Novel, Ranked from Worst to Best

If Famous Poets Had Tinder

By ElodieJune 13, 2018
Tinder is pretty great because you get to swipe left and right on people’s shirtless selfies all from the comfort of your own butt-dented couch. Tinder does, however, get a bad rap, mostly because if you want to have a conversation with a regular human being, you must firs More  →
If Famous Poets Had Tinder

Paradise Lost As Told in a Series of Texts

By ElodieJune 12, 2018
Paradise Lost is not an easy read. It was written in the 1600s, it’s very long, and everything’s a metaphor for eternal sin. Besides, you probably think you know the story. Satan rebelled, God threw him out, Eve ate an apple, Jesus was somewhere. Perhaps the worst thin More  →
<i>Paradise Lost</i> As Told in a Series of Texts

7 Fictional Characters Whose Names Give Away the Story

By ElodieJune 12, 2018
My parents gave me my name for no reason other than they heard it somewhere and said, "Yep, that’ll do." But if you’re a fictional character, there’s a good chance your name is so symbolic and meaningful it may as well be Remus McSecretWerewolf. (It’s also entirely More  →
7 Fictional Characters Whose Names Give Away the Story