Geoffrey Chaucer – The father of English Literature

Geoffrey Chaucer was born in the reign of Edward III, lived through that of Richard II, and died the year after Henry IV ascended the throne. His life thus covers a period of glaring social contrasts and rapid political change. Chaucer was born in London most likely...

The Silmarillion

“It is said by the Eldar that in water there lives yet the echo of the Music of the Ainur more than in any substance that is in this Earth, and many of the Children of Ilúvatar hearken still unsated to the voices of the Sea, and yet know not for what they listen.”...

14 Reasons To Love A Woman Who Reads

“As usual, there is a great woman behind every idiot.” ― John Lennon 1. She’s intelligent. The more books she reads, the more she knows about the world. Plus, she gives her mind a good workout daily which helps keep her sharp. Constant reading is also known to...

The Future of Education: A student’s Perspective

“In India, You Become An Engineer First And Then Figure What To Do With Your Life” -Adhitya Iyer If your dad’s a billionaire, and you are still to be educated,will you ever choose Delhi University over  Oxford? Definitely not. Well, a lot of people...

From Archive To Novel

This article addresses the relationship between fiction and the archive, between the historical novel and the historical sources that authors use to research, imagine, and write the scenes, characters, and setting making up the worlds of historical fiction. On the...

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