The Morning After Groundhog’s Day

by Lee Cross What does Groundhog Day mean to you? To me, it’s the day that a self-obsessed weather-man, has to live over and over again, until he comes to realize the flaws within himself, and ultimately finds a form of redemption. Apparently though, Groundhog Day is a real thing (something I’m not entirely sure … Continue reading The Morning After Groundhog’s Day

Leopold Broom Investigates: Why I Hate Textbooks

by Lee Cross So, I’m currently in the middle of sitting a load of professional qualifications [don’t worry I’m not going to blog about that; trust me when I say, that the only person who cares less about them, than you do; is me], which is thrilling – well as thrilling as Oliver Stone’s DVD … Continue reading Leopold Broom Investigates: Why I Hate Textbooks

Best Literature Smackdown: Maud Gonne’s Response to William Butler Yeats

by Regina Kenney I want to share my favourite literature smackdowns of all time. William Butler Yeats was hopelessly in love with a phenomenal woman named Maud Gonne. He pursued her relentlessly and asked to marry her many times. Many of Yeats' poems were inspired by Gonne including, "He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven", … Continue reading Best Literature Smackdown: Maud Gonne’s Response to William Butler Yeats