This week’s top literature related tweets

This week’s top literature related tweets

What’s our one favourite thing besides Halloween?! It’s funny memes. Even though, it’s Halloween today and it’s mid week still, that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a hearty laugh. And Twitter has taken that into it’s hand. So, here we present to you, once again the funniest, dankest , most amazing literature related tweets from last fortnight, that will make you roll on the floor with laughter. just twitter searched "peachquel" and i am NOT the first…..but i have spoken….we…

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5 Scariest Poems!

5 Scariest Poems!

Beware folks! Because it’s Halloween tomorrow! And we have all the intentions to scare the bonkers out of you. Through time, poets have known to be the creepiest creatures in the room, sometimes even the most evil. It’s only fair then, that we give them a separate Halloween special list for the spookiest poetry ever written. (Psst..Between me and you, if everything is poetry, then the oak tree in my backyard at night needs a special mention in this list!!)…

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Book Review: Desire by Haruki Murakami

Book Review: Desire by Haruki Murakami

Desire-a word that represents the inherent, most human urge to have something that you don’t already have. Or to do something that you wish to do. Mostly, such an urge doesn’t look for a reason: it just arrives, settles and then leaves (rarely). If anything, it is one of the most human of emotions that we experience. Desire by Murakami is a book consisting of 5 short stories that nearly fall under the title of this book. The 5 stories,…

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15 Facts about Harry Potter that even die-hard Potterheads won’t know

15 Facts about Harry Potter that even die-hard Potterheads won’t know

It’s Halloween! And what does that mean? It’s time for magic, witches and wizards, monsters and ghosts, flying brooms and cauldrons: which means it’s also time to dive into our favorite magic series of all time and freshen up on our Harry Potter knowledge! For many of us in Asian countries where Halloween is not celebrated, the only spooky or near-magical experiences that we get are out of books including the Harry Potter series. So here is a list of…

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5 Novels that are a Halloween Treat (or Trick!)

5 Novels that are a Halloween Treat (or Trick!)

Stephen King, Edgar Allan Poe,Neil Gaiman: what do these authors have in common, you ask? They make up for all the chills that are missing from this Halloween season! If you aren’t being heckled for trick or treat, being haunted by spirits that vandalize your front yard with toilet paper or chased by the ghosts from the near graveyard, fear not. We are here to give you those Halloween feels with a list of books so terrifying that you will…

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10 Books Relevant to the MeToo Movement

10 Books Relevant to the MeToo Movement

The MeToo Movement that kick started earlier has shattered many illusions , mostly that we live in a perfect society. Many brave women have come out with their own account of sexual assaults by men that enjoyed a position of power in their umbrella institutions. However, not all women knew that their stories / accounts will not lead them to justice, but constant questioning on the credibility of their character. Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s case is a primeval example of…

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Book Review: The Reader by Bernhard Schlink

Book Review: The Reader by Bernhard Schlink

“There’s no need to talk about it, because the truth of what one says lies in what one does.” Written about one of the most gruesome times in human history, the Holocaust , The Reader is probably one of the most unique stories revolving about this premise.Set in post war Germany, The Reader deals with many themes, but most importantly, it deals with illiteracy. This book entails a story that is meant to stun people with the other side of…

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10 Amazing Quotes from Non Fiction Novels

10 Amazing Quotes from Non Fiction Novels

Some of the most fascinating, dark, and dwelling books that have ever been written are non fictions. The abundance of honesty in their storyline and in their characters, prompts the readers to realize the gravity of situations as were experienced in real time. This coupled with sincere writing styles often brings about some of the best lines used in literature. To commemorate the greatness of such novels, here is a list of all the quotes from non fiction books that…

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11 Lit Literature Related Tweets.

11 Lit Literature Related Tweets.

This probably is the most anticipated post of the month, and no we are not talking as in terms of anticipation level of you’all, the readers. Rather, it’s the most awaited by us, because of how fun and awesome this blog is to write! Twitter is savage, brutal and can be a bitch sometimes. But it’s also the most entertaining comedian in the millenial times! Every week , there’s a bounty of funny new tweets and guess what, some of…

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Book Review: One day by David Nicholls

Book Review: One day by David Nicholls

“This is where it all begins. Everything starts here, today.” And so it did, for Dexter and Emma, on the night they graduated from Edinburgh University in 1988. It was the beginning of a friendship that would change their lives forever, a story that would last for 20 years and a love that existed for a majority of these 20 years as a clandestine part of their hearts.   One Day is the journey of these two protagonists with each…

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