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For a country that is predominantly Christian, the Philippines is not famous as a Bible reading nation. Many homes comprise at least a copy of the Holy Bible, but is it being read only on special occasion. A Bible study or prayer gatherings are the most available time the Book is open and read. The Society of Saint Paul Philippines has been trying to rectify this situation and encouraging the widespread reading of the Bible by conducting a yearly National Bible Quiz.
Published by Ron Siojo 76 months ago in Literature & Classics | +20 votes | 17 comments
For those who grew up under the wondrous cinematic spell cast by master cartoonist Walt Disney, the world of faery tales and fables appears to be a veritable wonderland created just for kids. Indeed, the happily-ever-after realms of Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, and Cinderella, make it easy to assume that the Brothers Grimm, Charles Perrault, and Hans Christian Anderson were born to create wondrous realms where children could let their imaginations run wild. But what most parents and children a...
Published by James R. Coffey 88 months ago in Literature & Classics | +18 votes | 17 comments
Some people have called Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard a tragedy, but there's a case to be made for it being a comedy.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 92 months ago in Literature & Classics | +14 votes | 11 comments
In A Journal Of The Plague Year, Daniel Defoe examined his contemporary environment of London during the Plague Year of 1665, using a fictional narrator named
Published by Gregory Tarleton-Markov 84 months ago in Literature & Classics | +10 votes | 9 comments
There are some interesting Yorkshire superstitions in Wuthering Heights.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 92 months ago in Literature & Classics | +13 votes | 9 comments
apples do not just play a part in a halthy diet, they have also entered out culture through myth and folklore.
Published by Marion Caragounis 83 months ago in Literature & Classics | +8 votes | 8 comments
Anton Chekhov's gentle nature came through in his plays.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 98 months ago in Literature & Classics | +10 votes | 8 comments
Walt Whitman was a poet who was in touch with the issues of his time, and with ordinary people.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 101 months ago in Literature & Classics | +9 votes | 8 comments
When she wrote her only novel Wuthering Heights, Emily Bronte drew upon her Yorkshire home for inspiration.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 102 months ago in Literature & Classics | +10 votes | 8 comments
Becoming enormously popular from the moment it hit the book stores, the perennial tale of ScroogeÂ’s spiritual journey from miserable old miser to the very soul of Christmas sold out the first 6,000 copies by Christmas day, 1843. But as many scholars note, this extraordinary literary work may not have initially been an effort to boost the morale of LondonÂ’s citizenry, but rather a personal catharsis rooted in DickensÂ’ own troubled childhood.
Published by James R. Coffey 78 months ago in Literature & Classics | +9 votes | 7 comments
Some kind yet effective ways to critique someone's poem.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 95 months ago in Literature & Classics | +22 votes | 7 comments
‘Metamorphoses’ has a profound influence on Western thought. It is a narrative poem in 15 books. ‘Metamorphoses’ narrates the history of the world from creation to the deification of Julius Caesar.
Published by mdlawyer 95 months ago in Literature & Classics | +3 votes | 7 comments
The tale of Frankenstein touches on issues of bioethics, morality, religion and existentialism. Frankenstein was written in three Volumes - here is the summary of Volume Three with links to the others.
Published by Judith Barton 97 months ago in Literature & Classics | +6 votes | 7 comments
The tale of Frankenstein touches on issues of bioethics, morality, religion and existentialism. One dark and gloomy night Mary Shelley is challenged by Lord Byron to write a horror story and she successfully complies.
Published by Judith Barton 97 months ago in Literature & Classics | +7 votes | 7 comments
Edgar Allan Poe's hauntingly beautiful work grew out of a difficult life.
Published by Kathleen Murphy 99 months ago in Literature & Classics | +14 votes | 7 comments
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