Daily Archives: July 25, 2019

Book Review: Literary Landscapes

Literary Landscapes:  Charting The Worlds Of Classic Literature, edited by John Sutherland This is a book that really hits home the fact that a lot of people write books that are full of ulterior meanings and ideological axes to grind.  … Continue reading

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And They Wonder Why No One Trusts Them

As someone who has read and researched quite a few historical conspiracies, I tend to find that conspiracies to do things are far messier and far less successful than conspiracies of silence.  After all, it is far harder a task … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Writer’s Map

The Writer’s Map:  An Atlas Of Imaginary Lands, edited by Huw Lewis-Jones Cartography is a somewhat underappreciated aspect of fantasy literature, and this book does a good job at putting fantasy literature with a sense of place that helps both … Continue reading

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Book Review: Literary Wonderlands

Literary Wonderlands:  A Journey Through The Greatest Fictional Worlds Ever Created, edited by Laura Miller Leftists ruin everything, even an enjoyment of the imaginative locations of speculative fiction.  That is not to say that this book is worthless.  On the … Continue reading

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