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Sweet Tooth: A Happier Side of McEwan

There’s a feeling that comes with finishing a really good book; a cathartic, almost depressing feeling, where you’re certain that you never want to read again.  Where you don’t actually want to do anything — you just want to enjoy … Continue reading

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Chapter Three: Jeremiah

He knows that he’s in the right place – knows it in a way that nobody else does. Everyone keeps asking “what made you decide on law school?” and most of the answers are uncertain and unknown. But he knows. … Continue reading

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After the Workshop: A Mediation on Writing

Young, inexperienced writers are often faced with a difficult dichotomy: they are told to write about “what they know” while at the same time, nothing makes for a more dull topic than a writer’s life. The art of writing is, … Continue reading

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