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10 Disclaimers for Books You'll Read in High School

By Maura Barry-GarlandJune 24, 2016
Never judge a book by its title, because more often than not, the title is a lie. You won’t know what you’re... More  →
10 Disclaimers for Books You'll Read in High School

Classic Lit: Mansplained!

By Jessie GaynorJune 8, 2016
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!

Everything Classic Lit Taught Me About #Adulting

By Maura Barry-GarlandJune 8, 2016
Adulting is the art of tackling your responsibilities head-on, like you are Hulk Hogan and your responsibilities are some other... More  →
Everything Classic Lit Taught Me About #Adulting

Literary Advice for Fictional Characters

By kat_rosenfieldMay 16, 2016
Dear Auntie: I live in a really small community. Sometimes I feel like it will be physically impossible for me ever to... More  →
Literary Advice for Fictional Characters

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

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

Which American Literature Heroine Are You?

By Katie HayOctober 22, 2012
Sure, we all love a swashbuckling and strapping male hero, but let's be honest: if it wasn't for the classic heroines of... More  →
Which American Literature Heroine Are You?

Moby Dick in Space: Modern Movies Based on Literary Classics

By Vadim NewquistOctober 8, 2012
Herman Melville's classic tale of revenge and whale blubber is about to get the old Hollywood reboot treatment in a big way.... More  →
Moby Dick in Space: Modern Movies Based on Literary Classics