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How “A Song of Ice and Fire” Will End

We’ve talked before about A Song of Ice and Fire fan theories. This time I’m going to tell you how

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ailenmanfredi
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The rise of Superman and The Allegory of The Cave 2

When Heim was falling from the peak of the mountain Kotler states that “Since he didn’t want to go stumbling

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The rise of Superman and The Allegory of The Cave

The Rise of Superman is an interesting book that describes the scientific aspects of perfect, human performance through analysis of how

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Great Expectations Book Review

Charles Dickens’ ‘Great expectations’ was written in 1860, and the book embodies familiar Victorian elements such as Victorian women and values, industrialization, the flaw of the judicial system, Victorian

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Pride and Prejudice and The Victorian Era

Pride and Prejudice was published in 1813, which was the peak of the Romantic movement in Victorian literature. The prime elements

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Women in Literature: Frankenstein

  Frankenstein was composed in 1815 and is considered as the epitome of science fiction in the Victorian era and

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Macy
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Book Review: “Fighting Ruben Wolfe”

Fighting Ruben Wolfe by Markus Zusak, best-selling author of The Book Thief, is a quick read for a young adult, likely a boy

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Feminism Now and Then: The Coquette and The Laugh of the Medusa Book Comparison and Review

The eighteenth-century period is a time of significant change for women, both politically and socially, of living. During such a

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Macy
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Book Review: “The Astonishing Color of After”

The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X. R. Pan is a book about love–familial and romantic.  In the aftermath

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A Heart for the Work

“I thought the poverty, chaos, and sadness I saw there were products of my Northern vision, that of a doctor

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