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by SamanthaDS
10 months ago
A Dark and Controversial Crime Fighter

At times guided by morals that are questionable at best, the fictional character of Batman has been working to save the fictional Gotham City for decades.

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by Sage6Paths
12 months ago
The Tyranny of McCarthyism

America during the time period from the late 1940s to the late 1950s was a country plagued by fear. More specifically, the socio-political environment of that time revolved around concerns about the impeding Communist threat or “red scare”. From this environment arose the anticommunist and, at times, controversial governmental...

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by SamanthaDS
1 year ago
A Boy That Lived, a Scar, a School and a Dangerous World

A source of delight and of numerous controversies, the 'Harry Potter' franchise has been among the most impactful in recent history, if not all time.

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by SamanthaDS
1 year ago
A Legendary Literary Journey

Influenced by matters such as faith and history, J. R. R. Tolkien's stories involving the fantastical land of 'Middle-earth' have become some of the most popular in the world.

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by Ann Cromer
1 year ago
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by SamanthaDS
1 year ago
An All-American Superhero

Often seen a symbol of idealistic patriotism, Captain America has been an iconic superhero (and perhaps sometimes a villain) for decades.

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by SamanthaDS
1 year ago
A Modern Love Story for the Ages

Quietly released in 2005, 'Twilight' would lead to one of the most successful, and perhaps polarizing, franchises of all-time. Originally marketed mostly towards teens and young adults, it would transcend demographics.

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by SamanthaDS
1 year ago
The Superhero That Paved The Way

Superheroes have been the centerpiece of arguably the most popular genre of the modern age. One set the stage for others to follow.

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by SamanthaDS
1 year ago
Stories of Faith: The Chronicles of Narnia

The Chronicles of Narnia has become one of the most influential and widely-read series of novels in history. Behind the imaginative fantasy, are stories of journeys in faith.

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by Amerowolf
1 year ago
The Best Video Game Comics You Could Be Reading Right Now

For some gamers, video games are all about the quality of its gameplay. However, for others, nothing will make us love as game more than a story and world that we can really get wrapped up in. Yet, all great games must end, even if we don't want them to. While they often continue in novels, the best way to see a game's story and world continue is in the visual realm of comics. 

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by Mary Tilden
1 year ago
Book Review - The Sacred Search (2013)

If Christian couples are seeking advice from Gary Thomas, they might want to reconsider. The Sacred Search encourages couples to judge each other based on unrealistic standards and break up with each other based on these standards. Please read this review before wasting money on this book.

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by K_Y_Lai
1 year ago
Book Review: Vanishing Voices - The Extinction of the World's Languages (Daniel Nettle and Suzanne Romaine)

A succinct yet inspiring book on language endangerment and language death, the grave consequences and what we can still do about it.

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by HLesley
1 year ago
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Why is Britain's Batty Children's Writer Enid Blyton Still Popular?

At her productive height, British children's writer Enid Blyton pounded out an estimated 10,000 words a day. Her books have always been popular with children but are often criticized by adults.

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by Moina Arcee
1 year ago
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The Mindful Writer: A Book Review

A book review of The Mindful Writer, which I recommend.

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by Skymind
1 year ago
Elvish Calendar of Imladris

Tolkien created not only a world and populated it with many races and people. He also developed a comprehensive language, culture and history for each race. In this article the calendar used by the elves in Imladris (Rivendell) is explained.

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by Stefan Collins
1 year ago
Five Writers Who Died Too Young

Not all writers lead sedate, thoughtful lives. Some of those who died young were reckless; others simply cursed by bad luck.

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by egdcltd
1 year ago
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Book Review: I Am Mongoose, And So Can You! by Matthew Sprange

I am Mongoose, and so can you! by Matthew Sprange is a book on how to create a company in the role playing game industry by someone who has done so.

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by Browna86
1 year ago
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Japan Ai: A Tall Girls Adventures in Japan

A book that focuses on the many adventures of Aimee-san and friends during their trip to Japan.

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by HLesley
2 years ago
10 shares
What Was the World's First Published Novel?

The development of the modern novel has a long history, and various countries claim to have created the very first one.

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by HLesley
2 years ago
23 shares
Race, Class and Honor in Aphra Behn's "Oronooko"

Notorious for her bawdy plays and sexually explicit poetry, Aphra Behn is best known for her short novel Oroonoko, a work that is sometimes regarded as an early abolitionist text and sometimes as a highly racist one.

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