Kazuo Ishiguro is one of Britain’s leading writers, without doubt outstanding. Yet his books are often as frustrating as they’re readable and intriguing. They often seem to inhabit a detailed dream world, but the narrators drift in and out of what seems like dream. 749 more words
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A Soros «Trojan Horse» inside the New Greek Government?
By Wayne Madsen
As Greece celebrates the inauguration of its anti-austerity government, the euphoria should be tempered with a bit of realism. 1,255 more words
Adventure stories were extremely popular during the colonization period. Written for boys and largely peopled by male characters, they addressed boys not as readers but as future servants of the Empire. 957 more words
The disappearance of Michael Rockefeller in New Guinea in 1961 has kept the world guessing for years. Carl Hoffman, in this book chronicles his travels to New Guinea and his attempts to reconstruct the events that led to Michael Rockefeller’s death. 350 more words