Posts Tagged: england

Undergraduate Dissertation — Entropy vs. Energy: the Subjective Symbol in Yevgeny Zamyatin’s ‘Islanders’ and ‘We’

  Introduction:   In June 1931, Yevgeny Zamyatin wrote to Stalin asking for the commutation of his death sentence to international exile. Within this openly insolent letter, Zamyatin included the following assertion: “Just as the Christians once invented the Devil

Undergraduate Dissertation — Entropy vs. Energy: the Subjective Symbol in Yevgeny Zamyatin’s ‘Islanders’ and ‘We’

  Introduction:   In June 1931, Yevgeny Zamyatin wrote to Stalin asking for the commutation of his death sentence to international exile. Within this openly insolent letter, Zamyatin included the following assertion: “Just as the Christians once invented the Devil

An Introduction to ‘Little Lord Fauntleroy’

Mention the name of Little Lord Fauntleroy’s eponymous protagonist and one commonly receives a response centred on his iconic outfit.  That you would likely receive this same, possibly mocking response on either side of the Atlantic, attests to the intense

An Introduction to ‘Little Lord Fauntleroy’

Mention the name of Little Lord Fauntleroy’s eponymous protagonist and one commonly receives a response centred on his iconic outfit.  That you would likely receive this same, possibly mocking response on either side of the Atlantic, attests to the intense

Thick

The thickness of the ale reflects the thickness of the voices, the people.  They sit around me these hardy souls, celebrating a life soon to pass the gilded gates.  My father’s distant family – Northerners the lot of them –

Thick

The thickness of the ale reflects the thickness of the voices, the people.  They sit around me these hardy souls, celebrating a life soon to pass the gilded gates.  My father’s distant family – Northerners the lot of them –