A Trilogy of Red: Part 1 – Crimson

February 28, 2017 6:46 pm0 comments
A Trilogy of Red: Part 1 – Crimson

Deep in a copse, under a thicket of brambles his member strokes your inner thigh. Cotton sodden from dampened earth, and a mystical murmur hangs beneath the treeline.  It trickles down your leg to mingle with mud and leaves, like a wet dream; a Rorschach test – all confused and […]

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Bridget Jones, The Romantic Comedy, And How We Change The Conversation

September 29, 2016 3:52 pm0 comments
Bridget Jones, The Romantic Comedy, And How We Change The Conversation

If you type the word Renee into Google the first two suggested searches are “Renee Zellweger face” and “Renee Zellweger surgery” – a testament to the hundreds, perhaps thousands, of articles, comments and think pieces that have been written about the Oscar winner, and three-time nominee’s, appearance since her return […]

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For Orlando

July 5, 2016 10:07 pm0 comments
For Orlando

Prayers fall distant from that endless ‘stairway to heaven’. The dead’s voices now only echo history. Mothers who remain, will never again caress their child’s face. Now, there is only coldness, where once warmth filled that touch. How many more words in vain must we speak, just to watch them […]

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The Submission : Contemporary Islam and its different conceptions after 9/11

June 29, 2016 4:29 pm0 comments
The Submission : Contemporary Islam and its different conceptions after 9/11

This essay aims to give a better understanding of the extremely complex concept of Islam that nowadays seems to be the centre of an articulated dispute arisen after the horrific attacks of 9/11. The first chapter analyses the meaning of Islam commencing from the etymological roots to the study of […]

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