So my old dad turned 88 on the weekend and he wanted to go to the local Chinese for the birthday meal.
We once used to go there all the time as family but it had been years since I’d set foot in the place. 528 more words
Marghanita Laski’s Little Boy Lost will be the primary focus of my seminar paper. Using the ideas of post-war reconstruction and the reconstruction of individual identity, I will attempt to trace how post-war society, both in the novel and in reality, work to reestablish or reform the norms that were lost during the course of the war. 266 more words
In “Blinded By Nostalgia“, Yuval Levin looks at lingering narratives about the future that are left over from the post-WWII anomaly (“America’s postwar strength was a function of unrepeatable circumstances.”) that was cheap oil, a perceived social consensus, and near-global dominance. 170 more words
All of us can change the float of History. When? All those times when we decide to distance ourselves from the present time, all those days that we accept the mistakes of peoples as a result of all human nature. 769 more words