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What Your Favorite Horror Novel Says About You

By ElodieOctober 22, 2018
Anyone who LOVES horror—just can’t get enough of it—has probably wondered if there’s something wrong with them because they enjoy such a... More  →
What Your Favorite Horror Novel Says About You

Frankenstein As Told in a Series of Texts

By ElodieOctober 16, 2018
It’s mid-October, which means the days are getting shorter, the air is becoming brisk, and everyone’s teacher is assigning them twelve chapters... More  →
<i>Frankenstein</i> As Told in a Series of Texts

50 Essay Topics for the Most SparkNoted Books

By ElodieSeptember 6, 2018
The worst part about writing an essay is coming up with the topic. You COULD argue that the actual worst part of writing... More  →
50 Essay Topics for the Most SparkNoted Books

Every Book on Your English Syllabus Summed Up in a Quote from The Office

By ElodieAugust 20, 2018
I am not a teacher. Teachers are the real MVPs, and I don't have the patience, the stamina, or quite frankly the... More  →
Every Book on Your English Syllabus Summed Up in a Quote from <i>The Office</i>

How to Solve Personal Problems, According to Gothic Literature

By Charlotte MillerJuly 18, 2018
Characters in gothic literature seem to experience one disaster after another—we're side-eyeing you, here, Jane Eyre— and you'd think that with all of... More  →
How to Solve Personal Problems, According to Gothic Literature

7 Movie Adaptations Made by People Who Apparently Didn't Read the Book

By ElodieJuly 9, 2018
Adapting a book into a movie is no picnic. You’ve got to think about 1) the people who haven’t read the book... More  →
7 Movie Adaptations Made by People Who Apparently Didn't Read the Book

13 of the Most Underrated Quotes in Literature

By ElodieMay 23, 2018
Quotes like “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, / But in ourselves and “Not all those who wander are... More  →
13 of the Most Underrated Quotes in Literature

Honest Names for All the Books You'll Have to Read in Your English Class

By ElodieMay 21, 2018
Very rarely does a novel’s title give you any indication of what you’re getting yourself into. For instance, Beowulf sounds like it’s... More  →
Honest Names for All the Books You'll Have to Read in Your English Class