When the most prolific poets throughout time come to mind, you probably think of icons like Emily Dickinson, Edgar Allan Poe, Walt Whitman—and William Shakespeare, of course! Many consider the Stratford-upon-Avon actor, playwright, and poet to be the greatest writer...
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Classic First Lines Rewritten For the Pandemic | Writer’s Relief
What if the opening lines of your favorite books were rewritten to reflect the current pandemic? Writer’s Relief found this fun article at the NewYorker.com with classic first lines rewritten to reflect our days of quarantine! The novel A Tale of Two Cities, by...
Pandemic, Malarkey, And More: Words That Defined 2020 | Writer’s Relief
Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Year for 2020 is pandemic—and we’re not surprised! In an article Writer’s Relief found on Merriam-Webster.com, we learned the yearly selection is based on a statistical analysis of the words looked up in the online dictionary. By early...
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