Tagged: style

Jane Austen: ‘Persuasion’ vs ‘Emma’

In view of CC202′s intellectual dabbling in Jane Austen’s works, the Core presents an article that argues Emma is in certain ways better than Persuasion. Here is an extract: Published posthumously, it [Persuasion] has an almost skeletal feel, like an outline in which only the most salient points about each character are noted, as if […]

e.e. cummings – [l(a]

E.E. Cummings’ style remains unconventional half a century after his death. Below, is a beautiful example of this- his poem titled ‘[l(a]‘. l(a le af fa ll s) one l iness To read an interesting discussion of this work, visit bit.ly/11RNSo2