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“For you, a thousand times over”_The Kite Runner (Book Review)

The novel, ‘The Kite Runner’, was the debut novel of Khaled Hosseini, the Afghani-American. This is about fiction on the Middle East. There is relief from political and historical aspect in this novel. 739 more words


Shakespeare Saturday: Othello

And what’s he then that says I play the villain?

Ah Othello. In many ways, this is one of the most problematic of Shakespeare’s plays, especially for the modern audiences and directors – a tale about race, otherness, jealousy, spousal violence, with one of the most villainous villains in all of Shakespeare, and a checkered history of performance involving bad accents and blackface. 1,451 more words


Unfortunate ! Bus Tragedy

ANOTHER horrible road crash has shocked everyone and brought us face to face with what we ignore at our own peril. This time the site of the early morning accident was Rahim Yar Khan. 31 more words


Shakespeare Saturday: Troilus and Cressida

All the argument is a cuckold and a whore

Troilus and Cressida falls in many categories among Shakespeare’s plays – it’s a Roman history (yes, I know it’s set in the Greek world), it’s a tragedy, it’s a comedy. 1,476 more words


Hello, October. 

It all began on October 5, 2015. Hard to believe that approximately one year ago today, we broke ground and our home-building journey officially commenced. … 1,978 more words


Shakespeare Saturday: Hamlet

There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

Here we have it. The greatest play ever written. The single most famous line Shakespeare ever wrote. 2,068 more words