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20 Literary First Date Ideas

By ElodieOctober 18, 2017
So you’ve finally done it. You’ve made a genuine connection with another person, you’ve established a mutual interest, you’ve followed each other... More  →
20 Literary First Date Ideas

The 7 Most Savage Moments in Shakespeare

By ElodieSeptember 21, 2017
Look, I get it. On the surface, Shakespeare's works might seem difficult. Some of them are quite sad. People die. But beneath all... More  →
The 7 Most Savage Moments in Shakespeare

How to Kiss, According to Shakespeare

By ElodieSeptember 18, 2017
Kissing is pretty neat. Let’s not dive too deeply into the haunted crypt that is my love life, but suffice it to... More  →
How to Kiss, According to Shakespeare

50 Essay Topics for the Most SparkNoted Books

By ElodieSeptember 8, 2017
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 Shakespeare Play Summed Up in a Single Sentence

By ElodieAugust 28, 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

10 Shakespeare Quotes That Would Make Relatable Titles for Your Memoir

By ElodieAugust 15, 2017
I’m thinking about writing a memoir. No, I haven’t done anything of note, recently or ever, but that doesn’t stop me from... More  →
10 Shakespeare Quotes That Would Make Relatable Titles for Your Memoir

The 8 Most Messed-Up Relationships in Literature

By ElodieAugust 9, 2017
Being the love-starved loser that I am, I’ve always been a big fan of fictional relationships. But while some are an ideal... More  →
The 8 Most Messed-Up Relationships in Literature

How to Be an Adult, According to Shakespeare

By ElodieAugust 3, 2017
I am an adult, technically, but I don’t know how to compromise, iron my pants, or do my taxes— usually I just... More  →
How to Be an Adult, According to Shakespeare