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Nov
29th
2015

Quilla's History Lesson Time (With Potential New Part Excerpt!) · 6:15am Nov 29th, 2015

I've always tried my best to put a bit of the theatrical spirit within If You Give a Little Love, and just for fun, right now I'd like to show you a little bit of how a slightly more obscure play made it into the story. If you don't care about this sort of thing, please feel free to just read the new excerpt, ignore my Twilight-style lecturings about the history hidden behind the passage, and skip straight to the stars at the end for something that I want everyone to see. But if this

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Mar
20th
2017

History Lesson Final Chapter and Special Announcement · 2:09am Mar 20th, 2017

To be read after you have read the last chapter, not before. There are major spoilers below.

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Nov
11th
2014

The T-V Distinction, or how the French caused the Quakers to be attacked six hundred years after they conquered England · 11:00am Nov 11th, 2014

My most recent story, Dawn, talks a great deal about the implications of politeness held by the words you and thou. While the story teaches about the distinction between the words, and talks about how thou is insulting, if one was a linguistic nerd, one might wonder: why did the pronoun thou exist in the first place? Indeed, why is it that people see thou as being a formal word, if it was, in fact, so

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