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Jane austen

The Brilliance Of Austen

This year marks the bicentennial death anniversary of one of the greatest authors to have ever lived- Jane Austen.  With that in mind I thought it was time for a tribute to her genius. Austen was brilliant, and centuries ahead of her time. In a world that had ridiculous expectations of women, she created some […]

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Mother’s Day

Her life was mired in a lot of pangs. They were physical. They were mental. However, she refused to relinquish. She accepted all of it with a broad smile on her face. A smile that concealed a zillion throes, a smile that shadowed a million drops of tears, a smile that articulated her glee just […]

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Singhurd Saga

  The Latin phrase, in media res, meaning ‘in the middle of the things’ describes the technique by which story writers begin their tale in the middle of an action. It’s an age-old trick to get the reader involved immediately in the action of the story. However the real task then is to keep the reader continually […]

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