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Portrayal of War and Women in Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the Man

George Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the Man is a drama revolving around the War between the Serbians and the Bulgarians. The story depicts Bluntschili, a mercenary for the Serbians being rescued by Raina the protagonist. 875 more words

Herr Tamburin Man

Did Bob Dylan deserve the Nobel Prize for literature? A better question might be, “Who is this cabal of Swedes that decides what greatness is?” Me, I don’t know, but on the face of it I suspect he does… 208 more words

My Japanese Literature's Reading (+ TWO Reviews)

Hello World..

After I finished the memoir of Haruki Murakami “What I Talk about When I Talk about running“ yesterday . I’ve decided that it’s finally the time to write down a post about me and my obsession to the Japanese literature.. 1,422 more words


Beyond a Poet

After the praise

I usually stand in a daze


at how God’s glory has manifested through me

but is God through with me?

Granted, she, helped me get… 256 more words


Truth a Discourse

Problematizing truth is a methodological problem. Philosophy always asks the question: what is truth. Socrates used to play with truth, by probing his students with an endless play of questions and answers and finally shedding of the ritual of the question itself in sheer sophistry. 690 more words

Portrayal of Women in Bataille’s Blue at Noon

Blue at Noon by Georges Bataille is a fascinating avant garde novel. In this essay I would like to deconstruct the way in which women are portrayed. 478 more words


Inspiration from the Chthonic World of Paganism

There’s Ahriman, the chief deity of EVIL for the Zoroastrians. He is the sovereign of the Hades. Then comes Lucifer, who is the expressionist of talent and creativity. 172 more words