When writing, it can oftentimes be hard to come up with specific names. Whether it be naming secondary characters, towns, or even villains, names are one of the most important aspects… Read More
As may be assumed by the name, Water for Elephants is a novel about a young Polish man, Jacob, who works in a circus. The book bounces back and forth between two different timelines, o… Read More
HistoryBuilt in 1857, The Library of Parliament is one of Canada's greatest architectural masterpieces. It sits on a peninsula overlooking the Ottawa river, which separates Quebec and… Read More
In the world of writing, getting started is always the hardest part. Some use outlines, some use flow charts, and still others write their piece completely out of order so that it does… Read More
C. S. Lewis is known well in the literary world for his argumentative style of writing. In The Abolition of Man, Lewis begins his argument by saying that he does not think that enough… Read More
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