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The Most Relatable Characters in Classic Literature

By ElodieApril 3, 2018
Classic literature is like the broccoli of books: nobody likes it, but we’re all going to have to deal with it eventually.... More  →
The Most Relatable Characters in Classic Literature

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!

Snapchats from Classic Literature

By ElodieMarch 12, 2018
Don’t pretend you’re too good for Snapchat. The truth is, nobody is too good for the dog filter—not you, not I, and not... More  →
Snapchats from Classic Literature

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

50 Essay Topics for the Most SparkNoted Books

By ElodieFebruary 22, 2018
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

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

Valentine's Day Cards from Fictional Characters

By ElodieFebruary 13, 2018
Valentine’s Day was easier in elementary school. Everyone got 25 cards no matter what, and you didn’t know about calories yet so... More  →
Valentine's Day Cards from Fictional Characters

The 7 Best Times Men Were Terrified of Women in Classic Literature

By ElodieJanuary 22, 2018
"Woman does a thing, society freaks out" is one of my favorite things that can happen in a book. Obviously "villains monologuing unnecessarily"... More  →
The 7 Best Times Men Were Terrified of Women in Classic Literature