Literature is full of stunning examples of looooooooooong sentences, both properly punctuated and not (ahem…John Updike). For example, there’s Molly Bloom’s 36-page, two-sentence monologue in Ulysses, or Victor Hugo’s 800-plus line in Les Misérables. While sentences like these are sights to behold, they also demand […]
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What kind of single person are you? The kind that stands on a mountaintop, letting out a primal roar of freedom? Or one that stares out a window watching the rain drip down the glass, wondering where your life went […]
Something wicked this way comes: Halloween’s almost here, and the witching season is at hand! While the trick-or-treating masses still play up the nastiest of stereotypes—green skin, black robes, obsession with people’s pretties—literature offers up any number of wonderful (and […]