“The purpose of literature is to turn blood into ink.” [T. S. Eliot] For those passionate about writing and knowing literature, the words of Eliot would reverberate strongly in the minds and hearts. The world of literature is something
Western civilization was born out of Ancient Greece. This statement and fact are well-known almost for all of us. The central role of culture and progress drove from Greece to the rest of the world played writers and philosophers.
Turmeric: God wouldn’t have supposed men would go astray so much and so far. This life as we live is not in any means understandable, we are trying to get back into the pupa whence we came from.
Liu Bolin, The Invisible Man, known for his performance arts and photography was graceful enough to answer a few questions asked by the members of Classical Arts Universe [CAU].
Nowadays people become more and more interested in dissertation writing, essays’ writing and other things that are not connected with art. Who knows about the Renaissance architecture or the poets of Florence? It is sad, but almost nobody cares. People have become more pragmatic and less rational/idealistic.
Humanity is incomplete without women, who are important and strong. They are strong enough to cope with tasks such as housekeeping, nurturing children, run their own business and yet find the time to take care of other aspects of life successfully.
Children love hearing stories, but when it comes to writing one as a part of an assignment they falter. Of course, one can understand that the writing skills of children cannot equal to that of a professional writer. However, through story writing the skill level can be enhanced