Monthly Archives: February 2014

“The Heart Shuts”: ‘Contusion’ by Sylvia Plath

“Colour floods to the spot, dull purple. The rest of the body is all washed out, The colour of pearl. In a pit of rock The sea sucks obsessively, One hollow the whole sea’s pivot. The size of a fly,

“The Heart Shuts”: ‘Contusion’ by Sylvia Plath

“Colour floods to the spot, dull purple. The rest of the body is all washed out, The colour of pearl. In a pit of rock The sea sucks obsessively, One hollow the whole sea’s pivot. The size of a fly,

The greatest love story ever told?: My Top Five Fictional Romances

Valentine’s Day, with its over-commercialised and unsentimental sentiments, is a day that I usually allow to pass unmarked and uncelebrated and I am going to continue with this tradition by ignoring my own non-existent love life and delve into the

The greatest love story ever told?: My Top Five Fictional Romances

Valentine’s Day, with its over-commercialised and unsentimental sentiments, is a day that I usually allow to pass unmarked and uncelebrated and I am going to continue with this tradition by ignoring my own non-existent love life and delve into the