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Our Tribute to Jane Eyre, the Heroine to Get Us Through 2017

By France CorbelJanuary 3, 2017
From being orphaned at birth to getting locked up by a psycho aunt and, eventually, surviving typhus, her future husband's nasty ex,... More  →
Our Tribute to Jane Eyre, the Heroine to Get Us Through 2017

QUIZ: Which Lord of the Flies Character Are You?

By Kurt HarrogateDecember 28, 2016
Even on a desert island, you can't escape grammatical pedantry. ... More  →
QUIZ: Which <i>Lord of the Flies</i> Character Are You?

QUIZ: How Many Classic Lit Quotes Can You Identify?

By Kelly HoffmacherDecember 15, 2016
Are you a classic lit junkie like me? Prove it with this quiz! Even if you're not, maybe you'll find a quote or two... More  →
QUIZ: How Many Classic Lit Quotes Can You Identify?

10 Questions That Will Seriously Impress Your English Teacher

By Kelly HoffmacherNovember 17, 2016
Even when you've dutifully read the book AND the SparkNote (honest to Mom, they're not mutually exclusive), sometimes you need a little extra inspiration... More  →
10 Questions That Will Seriously Impress Your English Teacher

The Crucible, Act Four Recap: Is It Too Late To Say Sorry?

By Elaine AtwellNovember 8, 2016
Hello and welcome to the final act of The Crucible, the play that proves that early Americans were almost as hysterical as... More  →
The Crucible, Act Four Recap: Is It Too Late To Say Sorry?

The Crucible Act 3 Recap: The Yellow Bird of Satan

By Elaine AtwellOctober 27, 2016
Hello and welcome back to The Crucible, the play that takes the song "Thank Heaven For Little Girls," and says "that, but the... More  →
<i>The Crucible</i> Act 3 Recap: The Yellow Bird of Satan

Blogging The Catcher in the Rye: Part 9 (In Which Holden Anticipates the Off-the-Grid Lifestyle)

By Emma W.October 26, 2016
Last time, Holden got drunk and went to find the ducks in Central Park. They weren't there. Then he went... More  →
Blogging <i>The Catcher in the Rye</i>: Part 9 (In Which Holden Anticipates the Off-the-Grid Lifestyle)

Which Shakespeare Quote Describes Your Life?

By Taylor NolesOctober 25, 2016
Whether you're a witty handmaiden or the ghost of a Danish King bent on revenge, we've all identified with a Shakespearean character at... More  →
Which Shakespeare Quote Describes Your Life?

Blogging The Catcher in the Rye: Part 7 (In Which Holden Falls In and Out of Love Twice in One Chapter)

By Emma W.October 11, 2016
Last time, Holden set up a date with Sally Hayes, a sort-of girlfriend, met some nuns in Grand Central Station,... More  →
Blogging <i>The Catcher in the Rye</i>: Part 7 (In Which Holden Falls In and Out of Love Twice in One Chapter)