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Arts & Literature

Welcome To Arts & Literature where we try to answer questions of a scholarly nature.

If you are looking for information about books then head to Books & Authors. The Arts section covers all sorts of topics like theatre, exhibitions, paintings and much more.

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Clexigon
I am reading Decline And Fall but have become confused as to who Olivia is. She is mentioned as being one of the guests at King's Thursday, but I can't remember who she is. I've also reread the book...
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Happybird000
What are your thoughts on this piece which I've written? It's the combination of another writing I've posted before and some now thoughts: He knows how to read and write and here is his diary, which...
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slotshot777
What kind of contrast is there between fern green and yellow green?
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Happybird000
Here it is: https://postimg.cc/8FYBLVDK...
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Poetsguild
Hi I created a platform where I host all of my poems, we have different themes like love, inspiration, sadness.. We also have video poems which is new and narrative poetry... Would someone pay a small...
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Happybird000
She loves playing the piano…I never ask her what she is playing, since she always starts with Chopin's Waltz in A minor…her thin fingers gently gliding on the keys… her bare feet pressing on the...
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Happybird000
Here's the link to the book: https://www.amazon.com/servant-Crimson-Hall-Neri-Javidiani-ebook/dp/B08XP2YWZ6/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Here's a promo for the book:...
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misscherry
Another English question from me please - what's the right way to write rota as a past tense verb? As in, "She's been rota'd to work". Rota'd? Rota-ed? Rotad? Rotaed? They all look weird!...
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misscherry
Wasn't sure where to put this, please move if it's in the wrong category. Can anyone please explain to me what syndetic and asyndetic listing means? I'm finding conflicting info so am a bit confused....
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tiggerblue10
Although unconfirmed, it is believed that William Shakespeare was born on 23rd April. So happy 457th birthday :o)

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