Dec 19, 2018

The Glass Castle

Although Jeannette Walls’s “The Glass Castle” depicts the disturbing realities of child neglect, poverty, substance abuse, and social bullying, it also celebrates the value of hard work and mental focus because thanks to them the author...

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Dec 19, 2018

A Walk in the Woods

The book “A Walk in the Woods” written by Bill Bryson (2012) tells us a story about his journey, his try to hike the Appalachian Trail that is almost 2,200 miles long. Bill Bryson is a middle-aged writer-traveler, who...

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Dec 20, 2018

The Time It Never Rained

It’s as old as a mankind… the hope of getting something for nothing or getting more out of the pot than you put in it. Nobody’s ever made it work yet. Nobody ever will.

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Feb 20, 2019

In The Name of Identity by Amin Maalouf

In The Name of Identity: Violence and the Need to Belong is kind of book that touches variety of timely problematic. It is about the natural and adopted types of behavior and ability to live easily with various allegiances at once. The author...

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Feb 20, 2019

Nature and Culture: American Landscape and Painting

As it is seen from the title, Barbara Novak undertook a critical research of the connection between art and its social and cultural environment in the field of...

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Feb 21, 2019

Liang Heng’s Son of the Revolution

Life is in constant movement and change; it concerns not only human life but that of different societies, cultures, political systems, and regimes. Change is necessary as without it, there is no step forward. This makes revolutions...

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