Monthly Archives: May 2019

In favour of intensifiers

And here is Ekaterina Krokhina’s second blogpost, nicely continuing her findings after the first. A good example of work in progress.            I am really very much indebted to you for your well-filled and very interesting letter (1832; Charlotte Brontё to … Continue reading

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Musical Correctness: “One Stroke and You’ve Consumed My Waking Days”

And here is Ilse Stolte’s first blog post for the MA course Late Modern English Letters: In Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical on Alexander Hamilton’s life (1757-1804) – aptly named Hamilton – a lot is said (or sung) about letters. One song … Continue reading

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