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12 Novels That Have Almost the Exact Same Plot as Popular Movies

By ElodieApril 6, 2018
I bet I know what you’re thinking: “Man, I wish I had more time to watch movies.” Doesn’t it feel like we... More  →
12 Novels That Have Almost the Exact Same Plot as Popular Movies

Classic Lit: Mansplained!

By Jessie GaynorMarch 30, 2018
Actually, intros are the lowest form of art. Stendhal said that. Are you familiar with Stendhal? Moby Dick Have you heard of Infinite Jest? It's... More  →
Classic Lit: Mansplained!

Hilarious One-Star Reviews of Classic Novels

By ElodieMarch 23, 2018
One-star reviews online are a thing of beauty. Some of them are earnest, most of them make no sense, and all of... More  →
Hilarious One-Star Reviews of Classic Novels

Every Classic Lit Recap You Will Ever Need

By SparkLifeMarch 6, 2018
There is nothing worse than walking into school and realizing that you did approximately zero reading for English class last night. The Great... More  →
Every Classic Lit Recap You Will Ever Need

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

By ElodieFebruary 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

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

By ElodieFebruary 14, 2018
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

Famous Last Text Messages from Fictional Characters

By ElodieJanuary 17, 2018
My last words will likely be “Wow! That was a close one. I can’t believe I almost just died,” or “Don’t worry,... More  →
Famous Last Text Messages from Fictional Characters

If Famous First Lines Were Written in 280 Characters Instead of 140

By ElodieNovember 9, 2017
Twitter has recently changed its longstanding character limit from 140 to a whopping 280, throwing our world into unrestrained chaos. We’re just... More  →
If Famous First Lines Were Written in 280 Characters Instead of 140