Grey’s Anatomy- Season 1 Episode 2

The First Cut is the Deepest Meredith starts a search for roommates and a bunch of her fellow interns immediately start approaching her, hoping they can stay at her place. Meredith, however, wants roommates who she hardly knows, complete strangers in fact, so that she doesnt have to see the people she works with everyday … Continue reading Grey’s Anatomy- Season 1 Episode 2

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Critical analysis of ‘As The Team’s Head Brass’ by Edward Thomas

Edward Thomas was born in London. He worked as a book reviewer, reviewing upto 15 books every week. He worked as a literary critic for the Daily Chronicle. Robert Frost encouraged Thomas to write poetry. Thomas was promoted Corporal and in November 1916 was commissioned into the Royal Garrison Artillery as second lieutenant. He was … Continue reading Critical analysis of ‘As The Team’s Head Brass’ by Edward Thomas

Life- with regrets or without?

By Subhav Kapoor in response to Writing Prompt- Week 5 A tale of hope, a tale of sorrow, a tale of love. Welcome to the tale of life where love is hard to find, where money counts, but only for a certain period of time; where hate can emerge from friendships. As children, we would … Continue reading Life- with regrets or without?

Reply to a Dead Man by Walter Mosley Summary

The story starts off with an informal introduction of the protagonist, Roger and the recent events that have occurred in his family. Having lost his Job, then his brother and his inability to even attend the funeral sets off the story with a sort of depressed tone, foreshadowing even worse things to come. Roger’s brother, … Continue reading Reply to a Dead Man by Walter Mosley Summary

A Tribute to Stan Lee

When my friend texted me that Stan Lee had passed away today, I thought he was kidding. Sure, he was 95 years old. But he can't actually be dead, right? Right? Wrong. One Google search proved my worst fears right. He had passed away. But he had left the world a far better place. He … Continue reading A Tribute to Stan Lee

The small things

My first month at Juniata College went by in a whirlwind. I guess time flies when you’re having fun. Yet, ironically, I feel like I’ve been here forever. It feels like home. Which, to me, is even more surprising as I come from a whole different country. Juniata’s campus with its rolling green lawns and … Continue reading The small things

Fall

Standing at the edge The brink of existence, One foot up; the other at the edge One step forward, or a tilt in any direction Or a strong whip of wind or change of mind And I would tumble and crash Into the chasm; Fall and fall Faster, a weighted stone Burdened by limits and … Continue reading Fall

The Bell Jar- Book Review

REVIEWED BY LAHARI "I was supposed to be having the time of my life", reads the back cover of the 50th anniversary edition of Sylvia Plath's timeless classic and only novel, The Bell Jar. The novel, a semi autobiography, is based on a period of Plath's disturbingly short life which was predominated by severe depressive … Continue reading The Bell Jar- Book Review

Mistake- “Growing up”

Even growing up as a sincere student, I skipped somewhere the chapter "How to live your life". So being at a point where I have nothing to loose, I can wonder more where the things went wrong. Was it when the whole society convinced me to accept the reality a/c to them instead of imagining … Continue reading Mistake- “Growing up”