Author: Sonali Jain
The Science of Storytelling Explained: The Three-Act Structure!
Every story you’ve ever read or seen has more in common than you think. What if I told you, a bloodcurdling horror movie with zombies and a Shakespeare play has the same building blocks? Sounds bizarre, doesn’t it? But it […]
It’s Been Nearly 500 Years. ✍️ But,
Why Do We Still Read Shakespeare Today? 📖
Four Hundred and Fifty-Seven (457!) years after he was born, Shakespeare continues to be one of the most recognisable names in English literature. That’s almost 500 years, and Shakespeare’s plays and poems still get printed, read, analysed, taught and revered. […]
5️⃣ Best Lesser-known Classics From Your Favourite Authors! ⭐
Do you love reading classics? If yes, chances are, you’re already familiar with some of the popular names in this genre – authors like Jane Austen, Charles Dickens and George Eliot transport us to a bygone era in English history. […]
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein – Who Is The Real Monster?
Quick question before we start: Is Frankenstein the monster? The apparent answer is no. Frankenstein is the name of the scientist who creates the monster, and not the monster itself. But this is the question Mary Shelly wants you to […]