Hadrian’s Vanity — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE

By chance, I came across this passage five minutes before my Latin III/IV AP class began one day, and on a whim turned it into a fun exercise in sight reading which my students seemed to enjoy, in particular because I took them down the old byways of Roman imperial history to explain it. I […]

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We aim to have quality conversations about “L”iterature within the genres of Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy. We feel that mainstream tends to neglect these genres as having real value in our communities. Reading and analyzing how we study fear and how writers use fear is important to find the monsters, the enemy, the feeling of isolation within our communities.

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