Gemma. Currently studying a Classics MA part time and thoroughly enjoying it. Also working at my local Museum and Town Hall.
I like music, tea, old horror films, anything Greek or Roman, and Latin (sometimes). Anything you want to know, just ask. Anything you want to chat about, go ahead.
Reblogged from tjathurman
Here is something wonderful. The poet George Chapman (1559-1634) was born, like me, in Hitchin. He is best remembered for his translation of Homer (as in Keats’s sonnet “On first looking into Chapman’s Homer”); he claimed that he made the translation because Homer’s ghost appeared to him on Hitchin Hill and asked him to.
This is awesome. As a Classicist from Hitchin I knew about Chapman’s translations but didn’t know he was inspired by Homer’s ghost on the Hill…
Reblogged from flatbreadconfusion
i want to study at a British university
i will spell color as colour and use degrees celcius. i would watch Sherlock on BBC all night while drinking a cuppa tea with my flatmates. i’ll have fish and chips every day that’s worth 5 quid. i would go to gaff parties every night. i am also more likely to meet chavs, One Direction, Ed Sheeran and the Queen.
i wish i was british :(
fuck off, we dont want u here
it’s not a cuppa tea it’s either a cup of tea or a cuppa you uncultured dick flibbit
you are not welcome here
What the hell is a gaff party?
Also, if you’re paying a fiver for fish and chips you’re being ripped off…
Reblogged from follow-me-into-madness
He has all these female friends who are pretty, have the most beautiful faces, the perfect figures…I think a few of them are models or shit like that, I’m pretty sure I remember him mentioning one of them being a Suicide Girl…
And then there’s me. I’m almost certain he’s going to upgrade some time soon.
Highly relevant right now.