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Blogging The Scarlet Letter: Part 5 (Chapters 9-10)

By Emily BrownSeptember 28, 2016
Previously in Blogging The Scarlet Letter, Hester got invited to a devil party and Dimmesdale was Captain Obvious. Find every installment here! Chapter 9: The... More  →
Blogging <i>The Scarlet Letter</i>: Part 5 (Chapters 9-10)

Blogging The Scarlet Letter: Part 4 (Chapters 7-8)

By Emily BrownSeptember 26, 2016
Previously in Blogging The Scarlet Letter, Hester and Pearl were released from prison. Besides having no friends, they're doing alright for... More  →
Blogging <i>The Scarlet Letter</i>: Part 4 (Chapters 7-8)

Literary Relationship Statuses They Should Definitely Have On Facebook

By ElodieSeptember 22, 2016
On a scale of "single" to "in a relationship," Facebook does a pretty good job of leaving out the most important nuances,... More  →
Literary Relationship Statuses They Should Definitely Have On Facebook

Blogging The Scarlet Letter: Part 3 (Chapters 4-6)

By Emily BrownSeptember 21, 2016
Previously in Blogging The Scarlet Letter, Hester was being escorted back into the prison after refusing to tell anyone who the father of her... More  →
Blogging <i>The Scarlet Letter</i>: Part 3 (Chapters 4-6)

Blogging The Scarlet Letter: Part 2 (Chapters 1-3)

By Emily BrownSeptember 19, 2016
Previously in Blogging The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote a really long introduction—the equivalent to the Hogwarts profs' obstacles in Sorcerer's Stone. Did... More  →
Blogging <i>The Scarlet Letter</i>: Part 2 (Chapters 1-3)

Blogging The Scarlet Letter: Part 1 (Introduction)

By Emily BrownSeptember 15, 2016
In preparation for this series of Blogging the Classics, I went through all the SparkNotes comments on The Scarlet Letter: "This is the most stupid... More  →
Blogging <i>The Scarlet Letter</i>: Part 1 (Introduction)

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