Getting lit(erary) in Oxford

From Lewis Carroll to J.R.R. Tolkien to C.S. Lewis, our time in Oxford was awash with literary history. I had such a jolly good time taking in all of the old school gothic architecture, feeling each cobblestone with every step and reveling in the essence of academia that hung heavy in the air. I also enjoyed having fish + chips again (it’s been a minute!), and discussing DCOMs and my theories on Future’s corruption of Drake over a pint.


By Caroline Colvin

Black retro-obsessed non-binary baddie ♡ pleasure & wellness advocate ♡ aesthetic archivist ♡

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