Tag: literature

A Streetcar Named Desire

    Nikolai Foster’s revival of ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ at The Curve in Leicester was always going to be something to look forward to as it’s arguably the most anticipated reiteration of Tennessee Williams’ original play. It took place...

/ 10th November 2015

Paper Towns VS. The Fault In Our Stars- Who wins?

After the recent film adaption release of John Green’s Paper Towns, many people have naturally compared the debut to last years tearjerker The Fault In Our Stars. But despite the similarities and comparisons, which film comes out on top? The...

/ 25th August 2015

The best sex in literature

I’ve never written a novel, but I’ve always imagined putting sex into words to be one of the hardest feats a writer can face. Novelists can invest blood, sweat and tears into their books, but as their central characters start...

/ 17th February 2015

Finding your funny bone in books

When in search of a daily dose of comedy, books are frequently shoved aside. Unlike podcasts, television sketches and movies, books do frequently struggle to provide the same small, instant hits of side-splitting hilarity. After all, the book’s lack of physical...

/ 1st February 2015