'The Flycatcher', as this is tentatively called, attempts to be something of an elegy to lessons learnt whilst sailing the redundent sea. A Catcher in the Rye for Thatcher's children, and anyone else who has lost their way.
Another retake on Mordred, the misunderstood antagonist of Arthurian Legend. I will be reviewing this timeless story through the eyes of the legendary Lady of the Lake, Vivian. This character has always been a favorite of mine, and I have read alot of literature about him. If my story in any way...
some thoughts on attending my niece's D Phil degree day Exeter College Oxford . Where the in this city of '' dreaming spires ''students have studied for 800 years.
Initially introduced by monastic orders such as the Dominicans who established Exeter and Blackfriars..
and how despite information...
first few lines: Have you ever been walking on the street, and you could feel that someone is watching you? Like you feel the weight of there tired mysterious eyes? You can just feel the pressure. And the feeling when youâ€™re walking on the street alone at night and you se...
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