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Review of ‘Persepolis’ – Marjane Satrapi

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Persepolis is a graphic novel about a child (the author) growing up amid war, cultural revolution and fundamentalist regimes. The novel begins with establishing the context of the story such as the history of Iran – and it does this vividly so (of course, it’s a graphic novel). Then, we are introduced to the inner mind of Marjane, the author, who is an inquisitive, rebellious young...

My day at Oxford in pictures

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Whilst out and about in Oxford, I took a few pictures of the cool scenery and old buildings – I found the architecture pretty amazing. So I decided to share some of them here as a separate post from the one documenting my experiences. Most of these pictures were taken quickly when moving about, so cut me some slack 🙂 In the future I hope to do a photography series to share some of my better...

Healthcare Careers Day at KCL

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So today I attended another K+ event entitled ‘Careers Day’. The event took place from 1:45 to 5:00 in Guy’s campus at King’s College. After walking through the scenic central London and the Shard which is adjacent to Guy’s hospital, I entered the Hodgkin building which also contains the Gordon museum. The whole event took place in the museum itself, which is...

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