My Top 5 Christian Fiction Reads
I have been a Christian fiction reader for over 30 years. It is hard to pick just 5 top Christian fiction books, but there are definitely some major standouts. The genre has gone from a small, few authors to a plethora of authors currently in publication.
Mark Twain: Father of American Literature
Mark Twain was one of the best-loved authors. Known for his humor and dry wit. He made a fortune but with bad investments, lost a fortune. Best remembered for The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer. His books have been translated in 75 languages.
Evaluating George Bernard Shaw As a Dramatist, Second Only to Shakespeare in English Literature
George Bernard Shah is recognized as one of the greatest dramatists in English literature. Some even rate him above the bard from Avon.
The Role of the Family in the Mental Health of the Child
The article focuses on the importance of family in the mental health of children. It provides a detailed analysis of parental behavior and the impact it has on child's development. The focus is on the role that families have in achild's mental health and their role in this process. The main theme i
The Work of the Software
We are now living in a world where artificial intelligence is taking over the world. AI is a technology that has been developing and changing our lives for decades. It has become an essential part of our daily lives, and it will continue to evolve in the future. AI writing assistants have been used
Rudyard Kipling Stories Video Showcase
I think that Rudyard Kipling was one of the Greatest storytellers in this day and age. His great stories like Kim and Jungle Book are truly memorable. Who can forget the characters he created in his stories? Most of his stories are set in Colonial...
Literature as Art
A work of literature can be considered an art form when it meets the following criteria: It has artistic merit, must have aesthetic value, and has imaginative or creative qualities that set it apart from reality and other works of literature.
The Psychology of Thought 300 Poems By Nkosinathi The Black Caesar Ncala
The Psychology of Thought By Nkosinathi The Black Caesar Ncala Book Price R100 300 Poems Banking Details ABSA Bank Savings Account Account Number 9351 0934 44 Branch Code 932 005 Account Holder Nkosinathi Ncala
Shelley's "Frankenstein" and Allen's "The Kuglemass Episode" as Cautionary Tales About the Pursuit of Supernatural Power
An examination of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" and Woody Allen's "The Kugelmass Episode" as tales about the dangers of violating the natural world in pursuit of human desires.
Comparison of Two Great Works of Erotic Literature:The Perfumed Garden and the Kamasutra
These two books have stood the test of time and in the 21st-century are still relevant,
How to Make Your Kids Think Outside the Gender Box
As more and more states legalize same-sex marriage, people, in general, are becoming more accepting of the LGBT community, but the fact that we’re still even discussing this topic says something about how open-minded we are.
Comparative study of William’s Glass Menagerie and Miller’s Death of a Salesman
This study is a comparison between Glass Menagerie and Death of a Salesman. The article highlights the ambivalent life of the protagonists. They struggled for a bright future but failed to manage their current status, which leads to the tragic end of the stories.
Magic, Revenge, and Love: The Story of the Tempest
William Shakespeare's Tempest is a story of storms, shipwrecks, romance and enchantment.
The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist: Violet Smith - Gender Stereotype or an Emancipated Feminist?
This article aims to analyses the impression of Violet Smith in the short story ‘The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist’ by Arthur Conan Doyle. Is she is a gender stereotype or an emancipated young woman with feminist leanings?
The Person Who Inspired the Character Sherlock Holmes: Dr. Joseph Bell
The character created by author Arthur Conan Doyle known as Sherlock Holmes has fascinated people around the world. He's been written about in books, television, and movies. Many individuals are surprised to discover Sherlock Holmes was based on a real person known as Dr. Joseph Bell.
How to Write Like Jane Austen in Pride and Prejudice
In this article, we explore the reasons why Pride and Prejudice stands out among all of Jane Austen's novels. We will shortly see how it embodies the best of the classical and modern literary worlds.
O'Neill's Views About Avoidance in “Long Day's Journey Into Night"
Eugene O’Neill shows how in the play the Tyrone family is unable to coexist in harmony, and their relationships suffer from the detachment they feel towards each other. Their feeling of isolation is not aided by being surrounded by each other in a home.
They Left this World for a Good Reason - A Dark Poetry
Love, though a sweet sounding word, can sometimes lead to violence. This dark poetry speaks a tragic story of a woman who gave it her all, but ended with nothing.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: Behind the Madness of the Hatter
Mad is as mad does. Meet the Hatter from the original Alice's Adventures in wonderland. A delightful character study of the Hatter and the impacts he has made in the world. Mental illness comparisons, Mad Hatter day, engravings of the Hatter.
Let's Be a Spiritual Person!
Spirituality is an extensive idea with a place for many frames of reference. Simple practices in everyday life for you. • Pay attention to your discomforts. • Pay attention to your being, pay attention to the surrounding beings. • Pay attention to your relationship with everything around you.
The Grapes of Wrath is a Novel by John Steinbeck Review
This was the beginning of the Great Depression that lasted until after the mid-1930s, during which years there was much less commercial activity than previous years (the United States stopped selling arms to belligerents after World War I ended).
Kaye Gibbons: Award Winning Southern Novelist
Like Ellen Foster, the main character in Kaye Gibbons most well-known novel, Gibbons faced many problems in her life. And like Ellen Foster, she became stronger because of them. This article offers some background information to help understand the writer and her works better.
The Evolution of English Language
English has travelled a long successful journey from the 5th century to the 21st century. Starting from Germanic tribes, it has changed a lot. People like Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Francis Bacon and many more who has contributed their services in the history of English language.
Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?-1400): The Father of English Literature
When Chaucer was born in England in about 1340, there were two prestigious languages, the Latin of the Church and education, and French of the court and government. Chaucer's writings established English as a standard language of the country which remains with us today in our modern world.
Dr. Jekyll's Humanism
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a uniquely psychological book, and one too that can fit several different psychological models. Maslow's Humanism however is not usually considered when analyzing the time tested tale. Let's try it on for size.
In the Universe of Books, I Met With Soul
The relationship between man and books is primordial. No one can deny the fact that whatever has been invented so far is directly or indirectly, construed from books. Books can nourish you, compose you and make you mature. A perfect example revealing how books affect us described by Colm Toibin here