Book Review: All The Tea In China: Bonfiglioli

A fantastic read. In fact, one of the best reads I’ve had for a long while. This is my first encounter with the style of Bonfiglioli and absolutely loved his voice and narration throughout the novel. The humour is fantastic and sometimes completely absurd. This story provides a fantastic adventure from London to China and back. … More Book Review: All The Tea In China: Bonfiglioli

Book Review: Crisis Frank Gardner

Reading this novel in the turmoil that Britain is currently experiencing is quite terrifying indeed. Yet, with Gardner’s insight into the behind the scenes in domestic and international security, there is some reassurance also. Gardner creates some good characters, many flat ones that are evil drug lords or hostage takers. There is still some sympathy reserved … More Book Review: Crisis Frank Gardner

How to find your passion: It will find you

The following poem is inspired by the video above… It can be also found at: https://allpoetry.com/poem/13389891-Passion-by-Ingjard-Odysseus In a slighter reduced version due to a contest requirement. Our passion is a well of the unknown, We seek out this water source, Our lives depend on it and yet we moan for life becomes an unfathomable course. Parched … More How to find your passion: It will find you

The Chorus only adds humour to Aristophanes’ plays, hence why Plautus did away with the chorus altogether for his comedy

The Chorus only adds humour to Aristophanes’ plays, hence why Plautus did away with the chorus altogether for his comedy Serious messages, humour, visual spectacle, drama Plautus does not use a chorus, because there are other ways of generating humour. For example, where a chorus in Aristophanes’ Lysistrata was used to evoke humour verbally with … More The Chorus only adds humour to Aristophanes’ plays, hence why Plautus did away with the chorus altogether for his comedy