gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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Angela Carter: Feminism and Art

Mar 16, 2017

Artists often do one of two things: change the art they practice or change the world. In very rare cases, an artist gets to do both. In a career spanning over three decades, Angela Carter revolutionized literature and brought feminism to the forefront of the world’s attention. London-born Ang...
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Grammar Chaos: Stationary Versus Stationery—An Error That Won’t Budge

Mar 15, 2017

Stationary and stationery. With only one letter differentiating a piece of paper from a state of stillness, how do you know which is which? Both writers and editors tend to mix up homonyms. When two words sound alike when spoken, there is a tendency of these words to be interchanged. There are ...
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Mary Shelley: Mother Monster

Mar 09, 2017

Who would have known that one of the forefathers of horror and science fiction literature... is a woman? Despite being alive a century ago, Frankenstein author Mary Shelley (née Godwin) has created a name for herself after creating one of literature’s most iconic characters. Mary Godwin was ...
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