But when people say, Did you always want to be a writer?, I have to say no! I always was a writer Ursula le Guin When I ask people 'So, what's your image of a writer?', usually they talk about a guy. Even the women I ask, they tend to talk about a man. … Continue reading Let the Good Times Roll
Feminism, Love and Identity in the Novels of Doris Lessing Authors Press, India ISBN 978 81 7273 9188 200pages My introduction to the work of Doris Lessing was when I had the misfortune at fifteen to pick up a copy of Briefing for a Descent into Hell. I read it at a sitting and, … Continue reading FRAGMENTED SOCIETIES
Eliot Roger’s Last Video
The Mass Shootings at UC Santa Barbara campus in California on Friday night, 9.30 pm the 23rd May 2014 Elliot Oliver Robertson Rodger (born 24th July 1991) was a 22 year old socially maladjusted youth who subscribed to a number of pick up artist and ‘men’s rights’ accounts. A deeply lonely person who was born … Continue reading Eliot Roger’s Last Video
All Along the Watchtower
Battlestar Galactica as Theology The excellent Battle star Galactica, which I loved watching, does have a heavy dose of theism running through it, which makes it even more interesting to watch because it touches on subjects other more conventional series rarely dare to go near. Not only that but it holds the view that those … Continue reading All Along the Watchtower
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