Most readers don’t notice that Herman Melville’s classic, Moby Dick, is awash in mathematical allusions and metaphors. But then again, most readers aren’t Sarah Hart, a professor at Birkbeck, University of London, who is also the Gresham professor of geometry—the...
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Literary museums typically focus on showcasing an author’s artifacts, but this approach is less likely to intrigue new, younger readers. In this article Writer’s Relief found on independent.co.uk, some museums are taking a more innovative approach to engage their...
Look back on your literary education and you’ll find it filled with classics—all featuring male protagonists and women relegated to the sidelines. To get a different perspective, Writer’s Relief found this blogger’s list on bustle.com that offers modern reads that...
Thanks to the hectic pace of the world today and the widespread use of social media, our attention spans have definitely gotten shorter. Who has the time to crack open an 800-page book when you can read a Tweet or Facebook post in mere seconds? So Writer’s Relief has...
It’s Tell A Story Day! Everyone has their very own unique story to tell. So we here at Writer’s Relief want to know: What first line in literature would also work as the perfect opening sentence to a book about your life? Take this fun quiz and find out! (And be sure...
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