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Dan Brown's Inferno

Level: B.1.1

Textual type: book review.

This thriller features (again) professor Robert Langdon in his extremely fascinating quest for the survival of the world.

Overpopulation and the risks looming over the world are both the main topics tackled with in this (in my opinion) Brown’s masterpiece.

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'The sweetness of life' by Françoise Héritier

How often do we feel truly alive? We spend one third of our lives asleep. As adults, most of our waking time is devoted to activities where we are concentrating on a task to be achieved: paid employment, commuting to work, household chores, food shopping, getting dressed, brushing teeth, making sandwiches, and remembering to take keys with us when we step out of the front door. 478 more words

Book Reviews

Where did all the good music go?

The music of the late 90’s and early 2000’s was, without a doubt in my mind, the high point of modern adolescent rebellion – with bands such as Blink-182, Sum 41, The Offspring, Fall Out Boy, to name just a few. 648 more words


Personal Narrative Model

I find it interesting that people are so willing to document there every move online. I wanted to base my story line off the ideas of Justin Hall and Lizzie Bennet. 93 more words


Invisible Man: A Faulknerian Masterpiece

Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man is one of the most acclaimed novels in the genre African-American literature. Although most scholars study Invisible Man for its motifs and extended metaphors regarding the struggles that African-Americans faced in post-slavery America and identity, some choose to analyze it for its writing style. 1,141 more words

Invisible Man

Vivian Manzardo & The Man Who Planted Trees

The Man Who Planted Trees

About a hundred years ago Jean Giono went on a long hike through the region where the Alps penetrate into Provence. 684 more words



“Regret comes in all shapes and sizes. Some are small like when we do a bad thing for a good reason. Some are bigger like when you let down a friend. 560 more words