Posts Categorized: Book

Evolution of topics in Romeo & Juliet

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The actual APP that does some analysis of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” is located HERE. Please wait through a potential little load or evaluation times, it is computing! Read below for the explanation of how app works and other ideas on Shakespeare’s data mining. April 23, 2016 marks 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. Just a […]

Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell

Mighty reads: “Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell” by Susanna Clarke

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Harry Potter for adults. Long thoroughly enjoyable volume. Magic told as if would be part of society. Cold British political satire soaking every page, every sentence. I would call this “action in slow motion”. Because there is action. And suspense. But a gentlemen shall move with a respectful grace. And so we shall read.   “Neil […]

Mighty reads: “The Dog Stars” by Peter Heller

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This is a great little book. I recommend the audio book edition read by Mark Deakins. A few good qoutes. “[The Dog Stars] gripped me—it’s the real deal. Heller’s voice is extraordinary and his narrator’s toughness seems to hide a beautiful and aching restlessness. One of those books that makes you happy for literature.” —Junot […]

The Shadow Of The Wind

Mighty reads: “Shadow of the Wind” by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

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I just finished reading “Shadow of the Wind” by Carlos Ruiz Zafón. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of fiction. Exceptional style of writing wraps twists of story-line unraveling the mystery in rich poetic and metaphoric language. Besides dramatic roller-coaster of events and emotions, the book constantly induces thoughts and imagery and […]