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Audiobook Review: Pride And Prejudice

Pride And Prejudice, by Jane Austen I have been getting in the habit of listening to audiobook versions of Jane Austen novels, as I like to reread them every year [1].  Recently I have enjoyed the film critiques of an … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Complete Sherlock Holmes (Volume I)

The Complete Sherlock Holmes (Volume I), by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle This book took quite a while for me to read, and I did not enjoy it as much as I thought I would.  To be sure, the Sherlock Holmes … Continue reading

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Book Review: Divine Emblems

Divine Enblems:  Temporal Things Spiritualized, by John Bunyan [Note:  This book has been given free of charge by Aneko Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] As the third book written by John Bunyan that I have received free … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Holy War

The Holy War Made By Shaddai Upon Diabolus For The Regaining Of The Metropolis Of The World, by John Bunyan [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Aneko Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] In some … Continue reading

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Book Review: Libro De Amo

Libro De Amo, edited by Arieh ben Guni In reviewing this book it is necessary to discuss its genre before going into more details.  As a poet myself [1], from time to time I read books of poetry as a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Kulturo Kaj Internacia Lingvo

Kulturo Kaj Internacia Lingvo, by William Auld As part of my ongoing series on obscure books about Esperanto [1], I decided to look at a book about language and culture that happened to be written in Esperanto.  As one might … Continue reading

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Book Review: A First Reader

A First Reader:  Intended For Those Who Are Beginning The Study Of Esperanto, by E.A. Lawrence As someone who has read a fair amount of books about Esperanto and how the language is taught [1], and who will no doubt … Continue reading

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A Musing On Parallel Accounts

From time to time it falls upon my lot to read parallel accounts of the same event [1], and I find this to be deeply interesting from the point of view of someone looking for insight on sources and how … Continue reading

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Book Review: Esperanto: Language, Literature, and Community

Esperanto:  Language, Literature, and Community, by Pierre Janton, edited by Humphrey Tonkin, translated by Humphrey Tonkin, Jane Edwards, and Karen Johnson-Weiner As someone who reads more than my fair share of books about invented languages and the relationship between language, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Schemes Of The Slighted

The Schemes Of The Slighted (The Adventures Of Hayden And Nikki #2), by Adrianna Lockhart [Note:  This book was given to me free of charge by the author.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Those readers who have read … Continue reading

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