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John Steinbeck “East of Eden”

I am sometimes very upset by the fact that the true masters of the pen often do not find in the life of that recognition, which they undoubtedly deserved. Pulitzer and Nobel Prizes posthumously, world circulations and translations into dozens of foreign languages, enrolling in the ranks of classics and similar regalia – it’s all […]

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Wilkie Collins “Moonstone”

England was always famous for its literary riches, and the detective line in British literature was no exception. Everyone knows the great names of Agatha Christie and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. True lovers of detectives still relish the works of Edgar Allan Poe, although they did not differ with particularly outstanding volumes. But the real […]

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History of the dystopia genre in literature

Recently, works such as “Hunger Games” have made a huge furor in society, especially among those who are interested in anti-utopia books. But we often read anti-utopias and before, besides, not all of them were distinguished by such a high level of technological innovations as in the above-mentioned book. Most often they are talking about […]

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Tour of the Flat World by Terry Pratchett

One of the main “storytellers” of our time Terry Pratchett has been dead for several years, but his books continue to occupy high places in all sorts of ratings and win the hearts of new readers. The Flat World of Pratchett rightfully occupies roughly the same place on Olympus Fiction along with Tolkien’s Middle-earth or […]

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The image of Christ in literature

It is difficult to imagine another image that would be encountered in literature so universally as the image of Jesus Christ. Paradoxically, as an icon of the exclusively Christian world, Jesus recognizes (it is recognized, not recognized) in absolutely any other faith: Islam, Buddhism, etc. Speaking of the image of Christ in literature, I do […]

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The history of the genre thriller in literature

The genre of the thriller that is familiar to us is characterized by its uncertainty and the constant heat of passions, which together produce a mixed feeling of anxiety and enchantment interspersed with fear and even fear. Such a range of feelings and experiences is achieved by creating an unpredictable plot in which the reader […]

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How to write an essay correctly

All students must write essays. Personally, for me it was quite a difficult task. Why? Because I had absolutely no skills how to write an essay correctly. Now I’m happy to share with you some ways how to write an essay correctly. First, the essay, like any creative work, must consist of three parts: the […]

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Zoos Aren’t Essential for Education

Oftentimes, their tanks are somewhat dirty and bare (Lacy, 1991). Zoo owners provide the stagnant that is creature drinking water, and make effort at replicating habitats. Zoos are not essential for education. Zoos and both parks often restrict the animal behavior from digging researching, foraging, scavenging, scaling, hunting, running, flying or swimming. They tend to […]

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Environmental damage as an inevitable consequence of worldwide improvements in the standards of living

Environmental damage is a consequence of many factors including, industrialization, natural hazards and population growth among others. However, the primary cause of environmental damage can be attributed to improvements in standards of living. This paper discusses how enhancing one’s living standards leads to environmental damage. Living standards refers to the level of wealth, comfort, material […]

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Papers writing: cheating or help

The world attracts us more and more our way of life and also how to modify and is shifting from daily money can be made by us. Freelance are a very good example. Companies are searching to satisfy their requirements, whether for cooperation or one job. Usually, the need dictates that to save time and […]

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8 most awesome books

These works are quite different in genre. They share entangled plot, the continued interest of readers and positive reviews from critics. The list of the best books about love, friendship, and strokes of fate. Robert Galbraith “The Silkworm” Under the pseudonym, Robert Gilbert hides his real name, Joanne Rowling. After the successful publication of a […]

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2 stories about the pure love

These books revive the faith in true love and made you appreciate the real strong relationship. Read romance novels and enjoy the warmth of feeling!   Jojo Moyes “Before I met you” The book will make you wonder why it happened so and not otherwise? Yes, life is cruel, dreams remain unfulfilled, but there is […]

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Autumn books

After reading these works, you will get rid of autumn melancholy and sadness, because you realize that your life is not so bad. Fannie Flagg “Fried green tomatoes in cafe “Substation” Atmospheric and a good story about residents of a small town. The story is told from a variety of sources and entangled in time. […]

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