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5 Top Tips for Writing Literary Criticism like Harold Bloom

Do you wonder how to review a masterpiece without looking like a complete dunderhead? Are you looking for a method to make that literary Hinterstoisser traverse while the Kleine Scheidegg watches on? Then relax. Here are some tips gleaned from … Continue reading

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Plagiarism as an Art Form

Have you in the last year or so looked for free essays to plagiarise? Have you adapted what seemed to be attractive material into your essay or dissertation without properly checking or referencing it? Then you may have come across … Continue reading

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The Reassuring Thump of Encyclopaedia Volumes

One of the charity bookshops I work in had a donation of a full set of the Encyclopaedia Britannica at the weekend. I brought it all in and realised that I’d never handled a set despite having sold these when … Continue reading

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