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this community is for the discussion, criticism, and analysis of english literature.

discuss a certain aspect of your favourite play, novel, or poetry. discuss the authors you love, and the ones you hate. discussion of all texts are welcome: both classic and contemporary.

rules: everyone is free to post. there is only one rule: students please refrain from asking members of this community to do your english homework for you. this community is strictly for literature fans. posts from students who are too lazy to write their own essays will be immediately deleted.

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