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7 Proposals in Literature That Make Me Want to Die of Secondhand Embarrassment Every Time I Read Them

By ElodieMarch 21, 2017
There are certain episodes of The Office that I cannot watch without wanting to fly into the sun, so it should come... More  →
7 Proposals in Literature That Make Me Want to Die of Secondhand Embarrassment Every Time I Read Them

Shakespeare Characters That Would Make Way Better Couples

By ElodieJanuary 10, 2017
If you’re a major player in a Shakespeare work, odds are your love life is just a mess. Even if you wind... More  →
Shakespeare Characters That Would Make Way Better Couples

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

By ElodieJanuary 4, 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)

The 7 Most Savage Moments in Shakespeare

By ElodieNovember 30, 2016
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 Flirt, According to Shakespeare

By ElodieOctober 25, 2016
If you’re anything like me, your idea of "flirting" involves both parties making eye contact for far too long and then simultaneously... More  →
How to Flirt, According to Shakespeare

Shakespeare Plays Ranked in Order of How Easy They Are to Study

By ElodieOctober 17, 2016
At best, Shakespeare’s plays are bit difficult. At worst, they are a baffling jumble of non-words and should be thrown into the... More  →
Shakespeare Plays Ranked in Order of How Easy They Are to Study

Who's Your Shakespearean Foil?

By Taylor NolesJuly 25, 2016
A foil in literature is usually a character whose traits serve to highlight those of another. It's not necessarily the villain to... More  →
Who's Your Shakespearean Foil?

Who Is Your Shakespearean Alter-Ego?

By Kalina CiokApril 11, 2016
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?

Romanticizing Your Quirks (AKA Life Problems) Using Everyone’s Favorite Literary Goddesses

By Maddy AaronOctober 29, 2015
We’re almost positive someone once said that interesting people aren’t perfect, or some variation of that—we have a problem with follow through... More  →
Romanticizing Your Quirks (AKA Life Problems) Using Everyone's Favorite Literary Goddesses