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7 Literary Characters Who Had Absolutely No Chill

By ElodieSeptember 5, 2017
If I could, I would ascribe some other phrase to these particular characters, but "no chill" is the only thing that feels... More  →
7 Literary Characters Who Had Absolutely No Chill

13 Literary Names You're Probably Pronouncing Wrong

By ElodieAugust 31, 2017
The definition of hell is "reading out loud in class and coming to a word you don’t know." (Don’t verify this with... More  →
13 Literary Names You're Probably Pronouncing Wrong

7 "Crazy" Women in Literature Who Were Actually Being Totally Reasonable

By Taylor NolesAugust 1, 2017
The physically and mentally ill generally get treated like garbage in classic literature, and no one gets a worse deal than women accused... More  →
7 "Crazy" Women in Literature Who Were Actually Being Totally Reasonable

How to Tell If a Guy Likes You (According to Classic Literature)

By ElodieJuly 25, 2017
As near as I can tell, men are an unfathomable conundrum. I know this not from personal experience (the last time I... More  →
How to Tell If a Guy Likes You (According to Classic Literature)

SparkNotes Is Here to Save Summer Reading-Vote For Your Fave Book & We'll Blog It!

By Chelsea DaggerJune 16, 2017
As the late, great Jane Austen once said, it's a truth universally acknowledged that SparkNotes are the single best study... More  →
SparkNotes Is Here to Save Summer Reading-Vote For Your Fave Book & We'll Blog It!

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