To understand Middle-Earth is to understand the writer behind it.
Although Esperanto is bit of a niche language, it is still captivating how its creation by one man managed to be spread to millions of people. Plot… Read more ““The Life of Zamenhof,” by Aleksander Korzhenkov | Quintillion Ink-Strokes”
Any phrasing or symbol is liable to be used for propaganda.
The time requires me to view politics subliminally rather than in its face value.
A look into what makes famous people unique.
If history remains history, then this part of history should remain in a museum.
This is an autobiography published by William Apess in 1829. I read the electronic version from Archives.org. Plot It starts with an introduction into his family’s background.… Read more “Quintillion Ink-Strokes | “A Son of the Forest,” by William Apess”