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Category: Literature and Poetry

What makes 'the great novels' great

What makes ‘the great novels’ great?

Is there something identifiable that’s common to all ‘the great novels’? Or is there something identifiable that each ‘great novel’ has itself, which other books don’t have. Does…

Some Haiku

Haiku’s continuing use in Japan is evinced by the estimated 800-1000 “little haiku magazines” published today in the country, and around 10 million Japanese are writing. In the…

Letters from Iceland

“Isn’t it true however far we’ve wandered” quote – W.H Auden, Letters from Iceland

“Isn’t it true however far we’ve wandered into our provinces of persecution, where our regrets accuse, we keep returning back to the common faith from which we’ve all…

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