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“Brushing”

Her hair runs down her back in a meter of thick, hazel satin. Each morning I’m called over to brush, to share the load....

Battle of the Beverage

Dry January is a contested concept amongst my friends, as it garners many different opinions, ranging from respect and admiration to detest and abhorrence....

Should Private Artworks by Artists be Posthumously Released?

Almost all of us by now will have read a novel or listened to a song which was left incomplete by its' creator. An artist...

Art as Therapy

In a report published earlier this year, it was revealed that domestic abuse issues cost the government £66 billion annually: an estimated two million...

‘Shade’

The month twas White and decked with Gold, With gifts for young, the gifts from old. We saw the films and read the books, A Reddened nose;...

Exeter on Ecosia: Internet Goes Green

Whether it’s pouring over online sales or scrolling through Instagram, accessing digital articles or google mapping the next pub visit, the average student conducts...

Expensive Tastes

I am the first to admit that I have expensive taste. This position is rarely in congruence with my bank account – like most...

In the Eyes of Scrooge

Christmas. It seems miles away. Halloween hasn’t even passed us yet though shops flaunt Christmas decorations proudly. “Seasonal specials” crowd the menus of all...

In Praise Of…

It's been so long, my love, but I haven't yet found a perfume that reminds me of you.   I've felt you on my fingertips, inhaled you after midnight welcomed...

John Le Carré’s Novels in Translation

Why do John Le Carré’s novels translate so well to TV and Film media? John Le Carré has been a pioneer of the literary espionage...