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By Kean Flynn
I had been reading a bit from The Book of Disquiet while also putting off studying for a midterm. Those two accidents combined to form this weird strip of pseudo-intellectual prose.
English Literature: From Romanticism to Postmodernism is an anthology of 24 essays of varying length and complexity arranged to provide readers with an impression of literary theory as it has evolved from the Romantic period (1790s to the 1850s) through to the post-modern period (roughly defined...
By Joe Davies
It's a poem effectively about language
By Benjamin Morgan
this is about a vague relationship that stopped being a thing. it is okay, but at the time i was pretty emotional about it. oh well.
To your right lies all that you wish to escape from. To your left lies the gateway to your dreams. Yet all you can do is watch the days go by, beautiful though they may be.
Hope, humanity, and life in general.
By Liam Cooper
Part 1/5 of Section 2 from a four part novel; if that makes sense. Still needs rewriting, as does all of my stuff, I'll probably get around to it sooner rather than later.
My books "Meaning of Art" and Chasing the Myth" are highly educational. The information regarding the creative language of visual art you will not find in any other puiblication. It's an eye opener.
Enjoy the reding.
Facebook: an aid to communication or a replacement?
An experimental, modernist approach to a story about a morning.
Discussion on the drawbacks of modern progress, invention and mechanisation; Are we truly living in the â€œProvince of the Stuck Recordâ€?
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By Howie Clark
A short story I'm working on, not a final draft. Comments please! :D
An unfashioned poem scrawled on my arm
By Howie Clark
A story of four young people on a trip into the desert.