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I was thinking about bagatelle the other day while picking up some yew hedging. There is a yew, I was told by the nursery owner, which is an intersex tree, not transgender – the… 827 more words


Literary Movements (3) Calicut University 6th Sem Eng, Literary Criticism

Topics dealt with: postmodernism, postcolonialism, feminist criticism, psychoanalytic criticism, poststructuralism and deconstruction, symbolism


Postmodernism is a movement which evolved after the end of the Second World War. 982 more words

Don DeLillo, Great Jones Street

Great Jones Street by Don DeLillo

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Don DeLillo’s third novel, Great Jones Street (1973), is often billed as a classic rock and roll novel, but readers who expect an inside look at the rock scene of the late 1960s and early 1970s will be disappointed. 1,850 more words


Postmodernism: A Reflection

Postmodernism is, at first glance, a reaction to Modernism. It’s easy to realise that, because its name draws from the word Modernism itself. It’s not exactly a positive reaction – a lot of Postmodernist work seems to reject the ideal of Modernism. 390 more words

The Story of "I Did it My Way" Theme Song of Postmodernism

The famous song “I Did It My Way” (Usually titled just: “My Way”) was written in 1968 at the height of the tumultuous 1960s. 1,439 more words


Flashback Friday: Forgetful Evangelicals And The Entitlement Mentality

Originally posted April 4, 2018

I believe evangelicals of the 21st Century have by and large lost the sense that God has saved us for His honor and glory. 493 more words

Christian Doctrine

The Philosophy of Speed

Paul Virilio (1932-2018) was a French urbanist, cultural theorist, architect, and soldier. In his writings he constantly invents concepts, such as dromology and the integral accident… 1,765 more words