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How Classic Authors Pitched Their Novels, Probably

By ElodieJune 20, 2017
An idea can be perfect in your head, but explaining it out loud? With words? Coherently? That’s a different beast entirely. This... More  →
How Classic Authors Pitched Their Novels, Probably

QUIZ: How Indecisive Are You, On a Scale of 1 to Hamlet?

By ElodieJune 16, 2017
Making decisions isn’t easy, whether you’re a regular person just trying to pick a college or a Danish prince who’s wondering if... More  →
QUIZ: How Indecisive Are You, On a Scale of 1 to Hamlet?

The 10 Best Dad Jokes in Shakespeare

By ElodieJune 16, 2017
A dad joke is any joke that’s so terrible it elicits groans and ruins lives. It need not originate from a dad,... More  →
The 10 Best Dad Jokes in Shakespeare

The 6 Best Slash Pairings in Classic Literature

By ElodieJune 15, 2017
The term “slash” usually refers to same-sex couples in modern media and the fanfiction derived thereof, but not always. Look, people have... More  →
The 6 Best Slash Pairings in Classic Literature

The Worst Breakups in Literature, Ranked

By ElodieJune 9, 2017
Look, no one likes to read books about people breaking up with each other with grace and maturity. We like to read... More  →
The Worst Breakups in Literature, Ranked

Every Shakespeare Play Summed Up in a Single Sentence

By ElodieJune 8, 2017
Shakespeare wrote a lot of plays. 37 of them, in fact, and that’s a conservative estimate. Dude just didn’t know when to... More  →
Every Shakespeare Play Summed Up in a Single Sentence

How Fictional Characters Would Break Up With You Over Text

By ElodieMay 25, 2017
Breaking up can be tough. One minute you’re in love, the next minute you’re returning his letters and he’s plotting... More  →
How Fictional Characters Would Break Up With You Over Text

How to Sign Yearbooks, According to Shakespeare

By ElodieMay 17, 2017
You may think yearbooks are just a hodgepodge of school memories, but that is not what they are. They are ghosts of... More  →
How to Sign Yearbooks, According to Shakespeare

5 Literary Antagonists Who Were Technically the Good Guys, If You Think About It

By ElodieMay 11, 2017
All fictional characters exist on a sliding scale of hero and villain, except for Umbridge, who’s just pure dagnasty evil and the... More  →
5 Literary Antagonists Who Were Technically the Good Guys, If You Think About It

Who Is Your Shakespearean Alter-Ego?

By Kalina CiokMay 8, 2017
It’s inevitable. You *WILL* study Shakespeare at some point in your education. If you’re already past that point, hopefully you had a... More  →
Who Is Your Shakespearean Alter-Ego?