In this article Omo Ifabua examines the masterpiece behind Julia Quinn’s novel ‘The Duke & I’ and Netflix’s ‘Bridgerton’. Omo is studying Journalism, Media and Culture at Cardiff University. Continue reading Why you must read ‘The Duke & I’ before watching Bridgerton Season 1
In this article Katie Heyes reflects on her awe-inspiring visits to the Bronte Parsonage Museum. Katie is studying French and Spanish at Durham University. Continue reading A provoking experience: The Brontë Parsonage Museum
Here, Cinzia Appetecchia argues that influencer merchandise should have no place in the literary domain. Cinzia is reading media, journalism and culture at Cardiff University. Continue reading New writers hit the publishing scene: literature or merchandise?
On Roald Dahl’s 104th birthday, Katie Heyes celebrates the writer’s legacy by reflecting on the life lessons learned from his books. Katie is reading French and Spanish at Durham University. Continue reading Roald Dahl: a national treasure
In this article for National Read a Book Day, Wendy Liu provides a review of her favourite book; Dostoevsky’s ‘Crime and Punishment’. Wendy is studying Law at Durham University.
Continue reading National Read a Book Day; Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment
Here, Caitlin Grigg-Williams argues that poetry is through and through rooted by Politics. Caitlin is a Welsh student who has just finished A Levels in English, History and Law and is hoping to study History and English at University. Continue reading Poetry is politics