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Famous Literature Told in Emojis

By Emma W.November 5, 2015
Are you a visual learner? Is the ornate, antiquated language of a Victorian novel or a Shakespeare play bogging you down? Is... More  →
Famous Literature Told in Emojis

Tragic (And Slightly Less Tragic) Literary Deaths, Ranked

By Elaine AtwellSeptember 15, 2015
(Obviously this post is more spoilery than a Jack-O-Lantern in January, so proceed at your own risk.) As young folks (and human beings... More  →
Tragic (And Slightly Less Tragic) Literary Deaths, Ranked

The Best Ways to Start Any Essay

By Emma W.September 14, 2015
An untitled Microsoft Word Doc with your name, your teacher's name, the class, and the date; a working title ("Essay 1"); and... More  →
The Best Ways to Start Any Essay

Our Own Better Book Titles

By andrew joanisAugust 4, 2015
Wouldn't life be simpler if we could all just judge books by their covers?*¬†Dan Wilbur says duh, and therefore so... More  →
Our Own Better Book Titles

Character Crossovers We're Dying to See

By Melissa AlbertAugust 28, 2013
Watching a villainous Benedict Cumberbatch stalk around the Enterprise in Star Trek Into Darkness made us happy, and watching him go head... More  →
Character Crossovers We're Dying to See

Literary Classics That Should Be TV Shows (Inspired by BBC's Sexy Sherlock Series)

By Melissa AlbertOctober 11, 2012
Who knew that Sherlock Holmes, ice-cold super sleuth from the 1800s, would translate so perfectly into a modern-day social networking¬†sociopath? (Doesn't... More  →
Literary Classics That Should Be TV Shows (Inspired by BBC's Sexy Sherlock Series)