Friday, 28 October 2011

Return of the Editorial Work

'The age of reason' is an article by Julie Burchill who comments on the change of progress between boys and girls at school, that girls are over taking boys educationally and boys are taking a back seat. She also comments on the differences between men and women and how women are progressing in the work place and men seem to be the ones buying the aprons now.

'Puss in Books' is an article that discusses the origin of the Cheshire cat in Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. I have played around here by trying to combine all the different theories- A Cheshire pub-sign painter whose lions looked more like cheerful moggies. Cheshire cheese makers used to mould one end of the cheese into the shape of a grinning cat. And Cheshire was a county Palatine (under royal rule) which apparently cats find amusing.

'Seven ways to boost your brainpower' this article focuses on certain things studies have shown to boost your brain power - Strawberries, juggling, broccoli, iron, not skipping breakfast, exercising and a bit of what you fancy.

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