Book Review of the Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion

In The Year of Magical Thinking, Joan Didion provides a memoir that focuses on the death of her husband and their daughter who was critically ill. However, the focus of the book relates to Didion’s reactions towards the events (Didion, 2007). The element of magical thinking denotes the author’s experiences because of the shock related […]

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A Book Worth Recollecting

As I peruse my literature world, it is impossible not to point out the book I love, enjoy reading, and keep on reading without getting bored. It gave me so many life lessons, improved my literature skills and is the groundwork of my current reading and writing attitudes. This is the book by famous William […]

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The Secular Version of the Book of Jasher

All versions of the Book of Jasher have similar features that are accounted for in the original Book of Jasher, a public secular version of the events, without stating much concerning God’s role in over history. All these could discredit the Book of Jasher among nonbelievers. Moreover, the sacred account is very enlightening to believers […]

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The Norton book of classical literature

Introduction Literature has been preserved over very long times, and this book is an embodiment of that preservation. The authors and editors of this book present this book in a chronological order that makes the reader read through the whole work. Indeed, this work entails a lot of classical literature that has been preserved over […]

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The Knowledge of the Book of Jasher

There are numerous specific points provided in the Book of Jasher but are not mentioned in the Holy Scripture. The points match in detail truth from the modern revelation. For instance, the details concerning the events that occurred before the great flood leave readers to wonder if the author of the Book of Jasher understood […]

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The Book of the Heath Anthology

Those familiar with the Paul Leuter’s book The Heath Anthology might overlook it as a challenge in terms. After all, its main aim has been to expand all the writers and their works, in what is termed as the American Literature. Some years back, people used to be taught from a single book called The […]

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The Book “Common Sense”

“Common Sense”conveyed Paine’s global recognition, and upgraded him in an association of renowned figures with whom he communicated and associated. Furthermore, his reputation and obligation to enment ethics culminated in a spot in France’s National Assembly, when that country’s upheaval was in progress. Thus, it provided him a chance to play principal roles in the […]

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John Ruston Pagan’s Book

John Ruston Pagan’s book Anne Orthwood’s Bastard: Sex and Law in Early Virginia defines the place of sex and law in the seventeenth century Virginia and America as a whole. Throughout the book, the law is used as a tool to safeguard the economic interests of masters of the Virginian Northampton city from the undesirable […]

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History of the Book of Jasher

Sefer haYashar, known as the Book of the Upright One, was traditionally mistaken to refer to Jasher as a name and left untranslated, rendering the book to be regarded as the Book of Jasher. The Book of Jasher is referenced in the Holy Scripture in the Old Testament. The account is made in the Book […]

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Critical Book Review of Negotiate to Close

Introduction It is every company’s and business objective to make profits. Any businesses are initiated with the main aim of making and maximizing on various avenues for making profit. Profit making can be quite a daunting task that requires individuals who have strong technical expertise in sales. Sales activities involve all those activities that are […]

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