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https://plus.google.com/110603220309408155778 Sophie Hussain : Second chance; Hello. This blog was made last year when I took English lit. in my first year of college...
Second chance;
Hello. This blog was made last year when I took English lit. in my first year of college.. however, after long, sleepless nights of straining my eyes on the bleak ceiling, I gave up. I drafted all my previous posts because they were not only ridiculously pa...
Second chance;
Hello. This blog was made last year when I took English lit. in my first year of college.. however, after long, sleepless nights of straining my eyes on the bleak ceiling, I gave up. I drafted all my previous posts because th...
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https://plus.google.com/108779253208334114756 Fatima Ibrahim : Byebye google. Im bou go try kill myself wit a physics book n wipe up the blood wit my english lit novel...
Byebye google. Im bou go try kill myself wit a physics book n wipe up the blood wit my english lit novel. -_- 
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https://plus.google.com/108152027720391319776 Sajani Fernando : What!? Sometimes you just have to despair...
What!? Sometimes you just have to despair...
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https://plus.google.com/108288001924742382378 Paul Montreal : We're Wired for Story. Narratives Sell. Studies Prove It Time & Again h/t +Alex Turnbull  for writing...
We're Wired for Story. Narratives Sell. Studies Prove It Time & Again

h/t +Alex Turnbull  for writing up this latest study on +Buffer 

And I bet you thought all of of this buzz over images made a well-crafted text-rich story was passé. Well, that would be oh so wrong.

Nothing beats a once-upon-a-time lede. We want to know the ending. We need to close the loop. We are just wired that way.

And that isn't just my writerly prejudice talking. 300% is a hard number to argue with. 

So smart marketers are now sitting up and taking note. MBAs are now viewing their MA in English Lit cohorts with a little less smug indulgence. 

How does this change your attitude toward the classic liberal arts education? Or does it?

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How To Get 300% More People To Read Your Content
When marketers say that stories engage your readers, it’s not fluff - it’s psychology, and it’s incredibly powerful. Here's how to harness it.
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https://plus.google.com/100395981454597974568 Software4Students : Check out our most popular ExamTime GCSE study resource & share with other students before your English...
Check out our most popular ExamTime GCSE study resource & share with other students before your English Lit exam: http://bit.ly/1jv6qxy
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https://plus.google.com/108450365673959985972 Isaac Jerose : KP National College of Arts and Science wanted Professors Post Date :  22nd April 2014 College Name ...
KP National College of Arts and Science wanted Professors
Post Date :  22nd April 2014 College Name :  KP National College of Arts and Science Job Role:  Professors Departments  : BA(English) B.Sc(Maths with CA) B.Com(CA) B.Sc(IT and Management) BBA B.Sc (CS) M.A(English Lit) B.Sc(IT and Management) Candidate Prof...
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KP National College of Arts and Science wanted Professors
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https://plus.google.com/112371031687690464907 Carey Alexander : From USA TODAY 'That Girl' Marlo Thomas keeps reinventing herself NEW YORK — Marlo Thomas has a book...
From USA TODAY

'That Girl' Marlo Thomas keeps reinventing herself

NEW YORK — Marlo Thomas has a book she wants to chat up. Yes, she's written a new book, It Ain't Over…Till It's Over (Atria). But first, she wants to rave about the novel she's reading and loving: The Goldfinch. "It just won the Pulitzer Prize and I was so thrilled it won. Donna Tartt. God, she's good," Thomas says, adding with a laugh: "I'm an English lit major. An old English lit major never dies." Who knew? Thomas is 76, but to Baby Boomers, she'll always be That Girl, the adorable single girl finding her way in the big city from the hit 1960s sitcom. And to several generations of kids and their parents, she's the author of the classic 1972 book Free To Be…You and Me, reissued a few years ago in a 35th-anniversary edition.

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'That Girl' Marlo Thomas keeps reinventing herself
Her new book about reinvention is called 'It Ain't Over ...Till It's Over.'
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https://plus.google.com/115086645651729555384 Sydney Young : Currently Reading I've stumbled onto a brilliant book for English Lit lovers -- only half way through...
Currently Reading
I've stumbled onto a brilliant book for English Lit lovers -- only half way through it, but I am enjoying it enough that I want you to know about it.  I read George Elliott's Middlemarch several years ago and just had to shrug at it, I had a hard time under...
Currently Reading
I've stumbled onto a brilliant book for English Lit lovers -- only half way through it, but I am enjoying it enough that I want you to know about it.  I read George Elliott's Middlemarch several years ago and just had to shru...
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https://plus.google.com/100976700473976207716 Will Green : The Best Revision Help For AQA English Lit B A Level Here is a complete list of every article I have...
The Best Revision Help For AQA English Lit B A Level
Here is a complete list of every article I have published onto Ask Will Online for English A level AQA looking form GCSE to AS to A2 level. Enjoy! W.H. Auden -  As I Walked Out One Evening ,  1st September 1939 ,  If I Could Tell You ,  O What Is That Sound...
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https://plus.google.com/110744488245533463626 Kaiqi Chai : #108 Magic. Call it magic.Call it true. I call it magic when I'm with you And I just got broken, broken...
#108 Magic.
Call it magic.Call it true. I call it magic when I'm with you And I just got broken, broken into two Still I call it magic, when I'm next to you. Me in college: Mess. Cool? Yea. First day of my fav class--English Lit a.k.a William Shakespeare's class. And I...
#108 Magic.
Call it magic.Call it true.I call it magic when I'm with youAnd I just got broken, broken into twoStill I call it magic, when I'm next to you. Me in college: Mess. Cool? Yea. First day of my fav class--En...
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https://plus.google.com/114970381478392252695 ella gradwell : // Best Places in South East London: DIG // I moved here for university just over 6 months ago (and ...
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I moved here for university just over 6 months ago (and now my year is over till september so that computes as 9 grand for 6 months woo). But, aside from my uni fees hang up, it is the greatest. I'm studying a degree that I love (English Lit) and I've made ...
// Best Places in South East London: DIG // | // Ella //
I moved here for university just over 6 months ago (and now my year is over till september so that computes as 9 grand for 6 months woo). But, aside from my uni fees hang up, it is the greatest. I'm studying a degree that I love (English Lit) and I've made fantastic friends and I live a 5 minute ...
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https://plus.google.com/112659011086670983037 Aashna Prakash : So I'm writing a short story with magical realism for my English/Lit class. Struggling through it, any...
So I'm writing a short story with magical realism for my English/Lit class. Struggling through it, any suggestions?
And yes, there are Sherlock and TFiOS references.
GUYS I NEED HELP!
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https://plus.google.com/102207530006912514107 Tim Cooper : This is what happens when Dungeons and Dragons geeks grow up, get English lit degrees and have a few...
This is what happens when Dungeons and Dragons geeks grow up, get English lit degrees and have a few creative moments. These are roleplaying games in the old style - only tech needed is a pair of dice.
Magpie Games

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https://plus.google.com/102195947639065778679 Joe Kidd : http://www.blogtalkradio.com/movingtrainradio/2014/04/16/were-talkin-baseball April 15th is Tax Day...
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April 15th is Tax Day for you procrastinators, and Passover for our Jewish friends, but it's also Jackie Robinson Day, commemorating the day Jackie Robinson played his first game with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.

Join us and our guest, sports blogger Ryan Dinger, to talk about baseball, Jackie Roinson's legacy, your favorite baseball anecdotes, the 2014 season, and anything else baseball you want to talk about.
 

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Ryan Dinger is a writer/editor for CreativeFeed, a boutique marketing agency located in New York City. He also blogs about sports, the Phillies in particular. Prior to joining CreativeFeed, Ryan wrote for The Grapevine, a hyperlocal news outlet in Vineland, NJ. Ryan has a Bachelor's degree in English Lit from Rowan University. His outside interests include music, politics, and travel. A native of South Jersey, Ryan currently lives in Jersey City, NJ.

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https://plus.google.com/113636286592170503510 Drew Hamblin : The issue I see with the current student debt situation is that lenders face almost no risk. They are...
The issue I see with the current student debt situation is that lenders face almost no risk. They are willing to lend enough to buy a home to unemployed 18-24 year olds because they know that they face absolutely no risk that the debt will be discharged in bankruptcy. This prevents market pressure from acting on either the lenders, who might innovate to lend only to engineers and not english lit majors, or schools, who can continue to raise prices and hire a new class of professional administrators instead of focus on their missions of education and research. So we as a society have distorted the market to make the entirety of the risk involved in seeking an education fall on those who are least able to manage that risk.

Making such debt dischargeable in bankruptcy after some minimum number of years(perhaps 10) would shift risk back to lenders, and translate to price pressure on school. Additionally we could deny schools access to federal loans & aid if more than say %10 of their graduates discharged their student loans in bankruptcy. This would create a situation where market pressure and risk was working on all actors instead of only on students.
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https://plus.google.com/113450997783431675551 Jessica Devonport : The five stages of discussing evolution At university, I studied cell and molecular biology. This was...
The five stages of discussing evolution
At university, I studied cell and molecular biology. This was a business decision based on the fact that my two best subjects at school were art and science, English lit was my third, and I figured that science would make me far more employable in the long-...
The five stages of discussing evolution
At university, I studied cell and molecular biology. This was a business decision based on the fact that my two best subjects at school were art and science, English lit was my third, and I figured that science would make me ...
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https://plus.google.com/108194933562112953397 b eep : Ok, one more new thing. Started Middlemarch by George Eliot. Now, my reading of British novelists is...
Ok, one more new thing. Started Middlemarch by George Eliot. Now, my reading of British novelists is a bit deficient in that I believe I was able to opt out of the standard English Lit for Modern Lit in HS and I never made up for it in college. I think it was a wise choice for two reasons. One, English Lit would have soured me on Dickens since Great Expectations would surely have been assigned. I found Dickens on my own in HS and fell in love, but I didn't care at all for Great Expectations. At least not the first time I read it. The other reason was that in Modern Lit we had to perform a scene from a modern play in front of the class. My group (probably at my instigation) choose Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf and naturally, I was George. The scene was where George shoots Martha with a realistic but fake gun. Can you imagine the shit storm that would happen if a High School class tried to pull that off today??

Well, Middlemarch. And Virginia Woolf again. She wrote that Middlemarch was "one of the few English novels written for grown-up people." Tolstoy read all of George Eliot and praised her highly. I find it sad that Eliot was never able to read War and Peace in that it was translated after she died. And also because Middlemarch is seeming to be a bit like War and Peace meets Jane Austin, assuming that Austin wrote better.

{boy howdy, that last sentence seems awkward. But I think the idea comes thru...?}
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