English Literature and Community Engagement

The BA in English Literature and Community Engagement is like any other University of Bristol BA, conducted in an extremely rigorous way. It consists of a very substantially conventional literature BA course in English Literature, but also has an important component in which the students take their knowledge and experience of literature out into the […]

After the Wedding: The Real Bing Lee – Ep: 5

Jane: Are you sure you know what you’re doing? Lizzie: I’ve seen Charlotte work this thing like a thousand times. There. Jane: I’m sure the internet’s going to appreciate a close up of your boobs. I hope Dad’s not watching these. Lizzie: Ahh! Anyway, Charlotte can edit this part out before she posts it. Charlotte. […]

Fate, Family, and Oedipus Rex: Crash Course Literature 202

Hi! I’m John Green. Welcome to Crash Course Literature. Today we’re going to talk about Oedipus. Leo Tolstoy once famously wrote that “All happy families are alike, but each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” And I certainly hope that there’s no family as unhappy as Oedipus’s. Ancient Greek playwrights really specialized in […]

My New Book, Marriage Advice, and Hamilton: 50 Snapchat Questions Answered!

Good morning, Hank, it’s Tuesday. It’s Question Tuesday, the day that I answer FIFTY real snapchats from real snapchatters. Let’s get right to it. “Favorite thing about Indianapolis?” Race day! “Favorite TV show?” The Americans, not just the best show about spies on TV, also the best show about marriage on TV. “How are the […]

'The Farmer's Bride' by Charlotte Mew – Mr Bruff Analysis

is the hope a metaphor for the way women are treated in with new society think right this reminds me that what we used to do the podcast and when it was your section II would just ask me I would be shown to not know and then you would look amazing okay so I […]