Day: January 3, 2002

Literary Kicks Style Guide

While LitKicks is devoted to free expression, we also like to suggest a few stylistic guidelines that will help your article “fit in” at LitKicks:

  • Keep your articles short and interesting, and avoid dull academic language. Don’t hesitate to write something personal, or funny, or deeply unusual. Just don’t be
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George Orwell

Famed English author George Orwell continually questioned all “official” or “accepted” versions of history. As World War II drew to a close in Europe, Orwell had his own doubts about the Allied account of events and he posed the following question in his book Notes on Nationalism, “If liberty means Read the rest

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