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John Samuel Tieman: The Sadness Of Alan Seeger

The American poet Alan Seeger died July 4, 1916 — 100 years ago today.

There are many cliches about this or that “forgotten war”. World War I is by no means forgotten. 498 more words


Z Stands For Zelda

Scott Fitzgerald – the author versus F.Scott Fitzgerald – the man. His literary legacy being consolidated by five novels and a great number of short stories while his personal life story revealed by his closest life companion – his wife Zelda. 540 more words



Ennui in Contemporary Society


I watch as a group of birds alight by the koi pond. Their chirps seemed silent amid a languid drizzle that characterizes the wet season in Thailand.  1,027 more words

Lost Generation, Poetry by Roderick Dupree

Genre: Life

Lost Generation by Roderick Dupree

Relationships are just toys we play with when bored

Support for one another is something unexplored.

Loyalty is just a word with negative intentions of slaving… 101 more words


Top 10 Reasons Historical Fiction beats History #Bookreview: Wrath of a Righteous Man #WWI

Top ten reasons why historical fiction is better than history:

  • #10: There is no history in the real world.  (Be honest: has knowing or not knowing the date of the Peloponnesian Wars had the slightest impact on your daily life?)
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Book Review

Spiritual Ruins

Many say, “Where is your God?” Many of God’s people are so distracted by the world’s pleasures that their spiritual lifeblood is being poured out. So, we pray – 230 more words

God At Work

Book Review: The Little Review Anthology

Founded by Margaret Anderson in Chicago in 1914, The Little Review was an experimental literary journal that published many famous and would-be famous names that we still know today, including T.S. 753 more words