Monday, September 21, 2015

LitScape

In the light of the moon

You ask, Pearl, if I love to walk in the light of the moon. You ask, and I

Life is a coffee bean

She has been coming here every single day for as long as I can remember. Each time we

A visit to Montgomery's Legacy Museum

We went to Montgomery, Alabama, USA to think about history, our countries and our own. As a historian and

Einstein's travel diaries reveal 'shocking' xenophobia

Private journals kept by the scientist and humanitarian icon show prejudiced attitudes towards the people he met while

What is life and why do we die?

You ask me about life, about the nature of living? I will answer you, but before I do

Exploring Roald Dahl's short story and dark psychology

I first heard of The Landlady (1959/1960) when I was around 14-16 years old. I was hearing another

The flaws in the game and the flaws that make one human

The three androids you play with in Detroit: Become Human (DBH) have specific stories and pathways tailored for

Days after cyclone

The sea beach is set to become vibrant with tourists, fishing boats and of course the glowing ray

The game that wants you to question your existence and morals

Detroit: Become Human is a game written, designed

Travels with Anthony Bourdain

Patrick Radden Keefe

After the Revolution and the rose with its thorns and petals

After the Revolution (2018) is a three-part manga that is both continuity and a loose continuity to Revolutionary

Poetry

 A Big Data StoryJayati RoyI once met a manHis house filled with booksThey climbed the wallsSat

Adolescence Apocalypse: The movie that retells the postmodernist fairy tale

Fairy tales can be retold in various ways and Revolutionary Girl Utena (RGU) is no exception to this

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