Books/Culture

Culture vultures nest here.

This year, one of the things I wanted to achieve was reading ten books. By that I mean novels or books that are of interest for me, books relating to my degree aren’t going to count. I love reading for the way it can make…

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First of all, let me admit, I feel deeply under-qualified to write this review… but something in me says I should try. There is a set structure to ghost stories: normally someone dies; they are either an awful person, or die in awful circumstances. Unable…

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Here’s a fun fact for you: despite doing Geography as a GCSE I am rubbish at naming the US states, or knowing where abouts in the country they are. In fact, the little that I do know comes from films… I know that Manhattan is…

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After a mad month that has included moving out, breaking up, moving back home, gal pals and copious amounts of wine, the blogging game is once again ago-go. As with any break-up (I imagine) the weeks following it have all been a bit of whirl,…

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A small, tiny part of me thinks that I should not be writing this; I have not conducted an in depth analysis into Jeremey Corbyn’s policies. I have not studied the predictions given by economists; nor have I looked into Corbyn’s past political career. Then…

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