SOPHIE WILLIAMS finds out whether the 1953 film version of your French set-text will help you pass your exams.
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HARRY PRANCE urges Cambridge’s ‘tortured intellectuals’ to stop quoting Larkin and come back down to earth.
HOLLY RICHARDS chats to TV comedy superstar MARK WATSON.
MOLLIE JONES considers whether blindfolds, sex toys and Christian Grey really are what women want.
Do “Americanisms” bastardize our fair Queen’s English?
‘Anything that is ‘Open Mic’ runs the risk of the mad, bad or sad of the creative arts taking their moment of glory.’ JESS MIDDLETON-PUGH braves the edgy artists at The Punter for some open mic poetry.
AHIR SHAH asks why Bob Dylan didn’t win the 2011 Nobel Prize for Literature.
With Kindles and iPads keen on turning over a more shiny, silicon leaf, BEN DALTON argues that we should try and rekindle our old, papery flame.
LEXI ABRAMS on the anonymous gay blogger who is just “crying out for attention.”
Following the recent news of Shakespeare’s new play, CHLOE MASHITER wonders whether it will live up to its hype.