05-21-2013, 10:34 AM
I'm a university student, studying for BA degree in English lit. I study English as a foreign language and I've been teaching English for about 2 years.I really love English lit. and have some interest in Persian lit. .Thomas Hardy is my favorite writer.
I'm interested in learning different languages and getting familiar with their lit.I'm happy to be among you.
05-21-2013, 01:57 PM
hi ya everyone .......i am majoring in English literature ..eagerly waiting to grab lots of knowledge here and direct myself for a bright and successful career path.
05-22-2013, 07:25 AM
Originally Posted by Hardy
Where have you been teaching?
05-22-2013, 01:54 PM
Hi everyone. I have been writing for quite some time, but I've never shared any of my work with anyone. I feel as though it may be time to rememdy that. My favorite contemporary writer is Kurt Vonnegut, but I'm also a huge fan of the classics, such as Robert Louis Stevenson, and Alexandre Dumas.
05-23-2013, 10:38 AM
Hello everyone.. I am kind of new to the set up of this site.. it is much different than it used to be and I have been away from technology for some time now. This is very interesting. -meghan
Yesterday, 10:58 AM
Hi guys !
I'm French. I'm a second year in English and Japanese at college in Paris. I'll turn 20 in November. I've been studying English for a while now and I really love this language. The first novel I ever read in English was "The other side of truth" by Naidoo when I was a last year at high school and it was for a class (I was in the literary section and we had to pick a speciality and I picked English). As I'm studying English I'm reading some novels for literature classes. But I've recently decided that I should read novels in English as a personal extent now just it be for college but also if I want my English to improve. I started two days ago and I just finished my first novel today ; The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Chbosky which was unexpectedly easy to read. In order to motivate myself to read novels in English, I decided to find a forum about novels and here I am! I apologize in advance if my English sometimes sounds weird.
Yesterday, 11:34 AM
Gramatically and compositionally, your writing is very good. You can find out a lot of things on LitNet. Be careful about disinformation, which you can also find galore. Welcome.
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