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Classic Novels Summed Up By Someone Who Has Never Read Them

By ElodieJune 1, 2017
Despite certain grandiose and easily disprovable claims I sometimes make on first dates, no one has yet managed to read every book... More  →
Classic Novels Summed Up By Someone Who Has Never Read Them

10 Literary Characters Who Would've Been Better Off If They Hadn't Splurged on Avocado Toast

By ElodieMay 31, 2017
As we all know, the reason millennials can’t afford to buy houses is because they spend anywhere between $10 and $8,000 on... More  →
10 Literary Characters Who Would've Been Better Off If They Hadn't Splurged on Avocado Toast

How Fictional Characters Would Break Up With You Over Text

By ElodieMay 25, 2017
Breaking up can be tough. One minute you’re in love, the next minute you’re returning his letters and he’s plotting... More  →
How Fictional Characters Would Break Up With You Over Text

QUIZ: What's Your Homeric Epithet?

By ElodieMay 24, 2017
If you were a character in Greek mythology, odds are Homer called you "lion-hearted Achilles" or "Ares, sacker of cities" or "Hector,... More  →
QUIZ: What's Your Homeric Epithet?

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

By ElodieMay 11, 2017
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

How Would You Die in Greek Mythology?

By ElodieApril 21, 2017
I always figured I knew how I would die in Greek mythology (rejected, lovelorn, pecked to death by an eagle who is... More  →
How Would You Die in Greek Mythology?

50 Essay Topics for the Most SparkNoted Books

By ElodieApril 19, 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

The Odyssey As Told in a Series of Texts

By ElodieMarch 8, 2017
The Odyssey is the story of one man’s journey home, and something you’ll almost certainly have to read for school. It’s also... More  →
<em>The Odyssey</em> As Told in a Series of Texts