Writing from the First Person Perspective

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By Nicholas Klacsanzky Hi everyone. Regardless of whether you are a novelist, or focus on short stories, you have probably at least once thought about which writing perspective would be better to choose for your narration: a classical third-person perspective, or a first-person one. Although both definitely have their advantages, today I’d like to quickly…

The Ethical Value of Political Correctness

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In 1948, a renowned British journalist, George Orwell, wrote his famous novel 1984, in which he described a totalitarian society where people had no freedom to express their thoughts without fear. In this novel, the government, in order to limit citizens’ capacity of thinking about censored topics, invented a new language, Newspeak, which widely used…

Starship Troopers: Book vs. Movie

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Science fiction is one literary genre whose possibilities in terms of generating engaging stories are infinite. The only limit a science-fiction author has is his or her imagination. However impossible, crazy, or unbelievable a world described in the novel is, if the author is talented, he or she will make it real for an audience.…

The Flu

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The flu is a common sickness around the world. People get it a few times a year, and it is not usually fatal. But what do people know about the flu? Most individuals do not know many details about this sickness that is a part of their lives seasonally. In order to address this, this…

How to Get through an Analysis Essay

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By Bhalachandra Sahaj When I was studying in college, the most hated type of academic assignment for me was the analysis essay. Whatever I would write, it would often be either a expository or compare and contrast essay—at least that’s what my professors told me. By the end of college, I managed to learn to…

5 Quick Tips on Adverbs

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By Bhalachandra Sahaj Hi everyone. Today, it’s time for a quick guide on adverbs; although they are not so difficult to understand, there are still some tricky things you might want to pay attention to. Adverbs are used to describe verbs, adjectives, and even other adverbs. For example: verb + adverb You need to look…

The Nile

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By Nicholas Klacsanzky The Nile is commonly known as the longest river in the world (6,853 kilometers), and a source of sustenance for countless ancient and modern civilizations. However, not many people know a great deal about its course, mythology, and history. Therefore, I would like to explore these aspects about this famous river in…

Abraham Lincoln: From Hard Laborer to President

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Abraham Lincoln was a lawyer and politician who served as the 16th president of the United States. He is perhaps the most popular U.S. president of all time, not only because of his character, but also for his deeds. He worked to abolish slavery, carried the nation through its toughest war (the Civil War), made…

An ‘Oliver!’ for the 21st century

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By Matt Trueman Matilda’s got its own Spiderman in the first five minutes: a spoilt brat in crude, homemade fancy dress. The RSC’s homegrown musical proves that you don’t need $75 million and mid-air battles to make a musical smash. It takes massive heart, fizzing wit, and songs that stick with you like a superglue-lined…