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Hi, I'm Payal

My interest in Literature and Language has taken me to many fields post-graduation. With my degrees fostering an interest in cross-cultural dialogue, global writing and issues in race and migration, I’ve been inspired to work across charities and educational institutes to promote literacy and build stronger communities. I’ve tutored, worked as a teaching assistant in a primary school and as a secondary school librarian to create strong reading cultures and welcoming spaces for students. My time interning for an international writing competition for school children has especially shaped my experience and I’m keen to continue working with and inspiring young people 😸

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University of Oxford

World Literatures in English - Distinction (2016 - 2017)

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King's College London

English Language & Literature - 1st (2012 - 2015)

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Asked by Sarah

Politics 🏛
What was the mission of the Ku Klux Klan?
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The KKK has roots in the post-Civil War era in America. With Southern states lacking clear governance after the abolition of slavery, and in economi...Learn more

Asked by Micheal

History 🕌
What were the five main countries that focused on colonization and New World exploration?
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Spain France England Portugal The Netherlands

Asked by Micheal

English 🇬🇧
Do poems have to have rhythm or rhyme?
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Creative and passionate literature graduate from KCL & Oxford

They don’t always have to rhyme! Some of Shakespeare’s most famous lines - as well as great epic poems like Milton’s Paradise Lost - are written in ...Learn more

Asked by Alfie

English 🇬🇧
What is derive?
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Creative and passionate literature graduate from KCL & Oxford

Derive means to get something from. So if an object is a “derivative of....” something it means it has come from that entity

Asked by Ellie

English 🇬🇧
What is enjambment??
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Creative and passionate literature graduate from KCL & Oxford

Enjambment is a poetic technique where incomplete sentences, without punctuation, run onto new lines. For example this extract from Wilfred Owen’s D...Learn more