As a Tolkien fan, what more do you need? This is sufficient writing inspiration to last me a few good days.
Proof of the magic of great writers. 42 more words
(The earliest form of history writing in Mesopotamia and Egypt was the Sumerian King list. The Weld-Blundell prism, above, was discovered at Larsa in 1922. I believe my inclusion of this image constitutes ‘fair use’ in illustrating one of the first documents of writing.) 2,371 more words
(Published in the Business Standard, July 15, 2014)
“I didn’t know what politics was about until I saw it all happening to people,” Nadine Gordimer said to Alan Ross in a 1965 interview. 799 more words
“The works of the great poets have never yet been read by mankind, for only great poets can read them.” — Henry David Thoreau, “Reading,” … 344 more words