Monday, August 8, 2022

Philosophy

Reports from Abroad: Professor Peter Adamson

This collection questions and complicates what ‘reporting from abroad’ can imply in a globalised world that faces interconnected and native crises alongside forces...

Ancient Greece

Buddhist

Greek Philosphy

American History

Archaeology

Did The Curse of Tamerlane Cause One of the Bloodiest Battles in World War II?

When Tashmuhammed Kari-Niyazov and Mikhail Gerasimov have been tasked by Stalin to guide an expedition to Samarkand in Uzbekistan to open the tomb...

Historical Books

Review of Trust by Hernan Diaz, an intricate literary puzzle-box set in early 20th-century New York

Pulitzer finalist Diaz’s brilliantly layered epic unfolds by means of a quartet of accounts, every of which provides new which means to those...

Word Wenches: Celebrating Friendships!

Nicola right here. Today I’m celebrating the ability of friendship as yesterday was International Friendship Day. The worth of friendship has been...

A Group Author Takeover for “Tales of Timeless Romance”!

Get prepared for this!A group creator takeover for The Historical Fiction Club, our Facebook group dedicated to all issues historic fiction, on Monday,...

Blog Tour: The Myrtle Wand by Margaret Porter October 11-18

The Myrtle Wandby Margaret Porter Publication Date: October 11, 2022Gallica Press Genre: Historical Fiction The Myrtle Wand, a retelling and a continuation of the traditional ballet...

Inside Historical Fiction with Mark Sullivan

Some time in the past, I created a theme referred to as Inside Historical Fiction. The concept was to develop insights into what...

Military

Shakespeare

Taoism

Zen

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