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Aphorism : Short, sweet little sayings expressing an idea or opinion are familiar to everyone — they just don’t always know the technical term for them. Dorothy Parker was a particularly adroit user of aphorisms. Apostrophe : Beyond a term for daily punctuation, apostrophe also pulls audiences aside to address a person, place or thing currently not present. O, Shakespeare! Such a sterling example of apostrophe use! Applicability : The venerable Lord of the Rings author J.R.R.
an awl Secret Belgian Binding Instructions Cut two covers out of mat board 4x5-3/4", and one piece 5/8x5-3/4", for the spine.
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Ayn Rand was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, on February 2, 1905. At age six she taught herself to read and two years later discovered her first fictional hero in a French magazine for children, thus capturing the heroic vision which sustained her throughout her life. At the age of nine, she decided to make fiction writing her career. Thoroughly opposed to the mysticism and collectivism of Russian culture, she thought of herself as a European writer, especially after encountering Victor Hugo, the writer she most admired.
Was Ayn Rand a Conservative? by Neil Parille Introduction Some years ago I consulted a biographical dictionary for information on Ayn Rand.
Chances are that you've said to yourself, at least once, that you need to read more. Whether you're too busy to read a book or you just have trouble getting attached to one, we have a few tips to help you schedule in your reading so you actually get it done and enjoy it. The main reason it's difficult to find time to read is because it's one of the few times throughout the day where you can't multitask. With something like television it's easy to get up and walk away, or pound through a few emails during commercial breaks.
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February, 2012 In his first three novels, New York Times best-selling author Matthew Pearl gave new meaning to the "writer's writer," exploring the tales of real-life figures from literary history—not the usual fodder for page-turners. First was The Dante Club , a murder mystery guided by the Inferno , then The Poe Shadow , a thriller based on the unexplained circumstances surrounding the death of the master of the macabre, and most recently The Last Dickens , an adventure novel set on the hunt for the great Victorian writer's lost manuscript. Now Pearl's latest work exchanges the literary past for the scientific. In The Technologists , students in the first graduating class of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology investigate a series of deadly events in 1868 Boston, a time when most found the freshly coined term "technology" to be frightening.