The Mystery Blogger Award

Guten tag, friends! *exhales* I am exhausted. I have taken on more hours at work, decided to transfer to the online division of my university due to my lovely friend COVID, and have scarce had the chance to write, read, or study my beloved German. My brain has found itself addled beyond belief, and now, … Continue reading The Mystery Blogger Award

A Poem Featuring Sir Gawain, Arthur, and the Green Knight

Hullo lovelies! I wrote a poem. It was for my literature class, but I wrote it in the same style and verse as that of "the Pearl Poet." Also known as the anonymous poet who wrote the medieval romance Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. I got an A on this assignment for my Medieval … Continue reading A Poem Featuring Sir Gawain, Arthur, and the Green Knight

The Fantastical and Felicitous Fictional Character Blog Tag

Hullo, friends! Yes, I have decided to start my own blog tag. Ashamedly, I will admit that I have been meaning to start one for a long while now, but college life has gotten the better of me. However, now is the time for action! I have created this tag, this "Fantastical and Felicitous Fictional … Continue reading The Fantastical and Felicitous Fictional Character Blog Tag

Literature Spotlight: Agnes Grey

"It must be a great consolation to you, to have a home, Miss Grey," observed my companion after a short pause, "however remote, or seldom visited, still it is something to look to." "It is so much, that I think I could not live without it..." - Agnes and Mr. Weston from Agnes Grey, Chapter Thirteen, … Continue reading Literature Spotlight: Agnes Grey

Lessons from The Great Divorce and Other Observations

The sensualist, I'll allow ye, begins by pursuing a real pleasure, though a small one. His sin is the less. But the time comes when, though the pleasure becomes less and less and the craving fiercer and fiercer, and though he knows that joy can never come that way, yet he prefers to joy the … Continue reading Lessons from The Great Divorce and Other Observations