Leporello. Leporello? I woke up in the dead of night, sweat trickling down my brow. The room was icy and the moon hang low and huge outside my window. 399 more words
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Written by hand, medieval manuscripts are very different from printed books, which started to appear after Gutenberg’s mid-fifteenth-century invention of moving type. One difference in particular is important for our understanding of manuscripts. 1,120 more words
John Okada‘s classic novel, No-No Boy, tells the story of Ichiro Yamada, a fictional version of a real-life “no-no boy.” During World War II, Yamada answered “no” twice in a compulsory government questionnaire as to whether he would serve in the armed forces and swear loyalty to the United States. 551 more words
About the Book:
The book is a collected information about weight loss tips with playful illustrations.
Weight loss is not an easy task and the ways the tips are displayed are pretty dull; therefore, considering that my target audience are within (15-35), the illustrated characters look playful yet nit childish to grab the viewers attention. 33 more words