This new guide to Shakespeare, contains everything you may have ever wanted to know plus more about the prolific historic author! Kazanthes thoroughly examines every detail behind these world renowned writings.
The unforgettable experiences related by John Yamrus in his latest book “Five Dogs” reveals heartfelt and loving emotions. Five Dogs exemplify an incalculable level of affinity between humans and dogs.
Azsacra Zarathustra’s work always makes for an interesting read, and his latest books (Indo-Europe Rising and Atoms of Kshatriyas are no exception. Since these books are related in terms of content, I will review them both together in this article). In these texts Azsacra Zarathustra continues to expand on the themes developed in earlier works and a number of concepts presented in these titles are covered extensively and explained in earlier books. As such, I would to stress here that Zarathustra’s work can be intellectually challenging for beginners and people whom are not well versed in traditional metaphysics and philosophy.
New book of Moshé Liba «Bush Meat» is a refined pattern of a post-Bible reflection, where Secrets of Spirit rigidly open through unusual poetic-naturalistic synthesis ― is an utmost combination of symbolical tragedy and of the concrete horrifying doc
The latest book BIBLE OF NOTHING: NOTHING TO POWER by the world-renowned Russian esoteric philosopher and poet Azsacra Zarathustra makes it clear that the Void like other elements Earth, Fire, Air and Water has a great importance to explore his poetic per
Ever since the wanderings of Odysseus, exile has been a central theme of the epic tradition. With its roots in this tradition, Boundaries of Exile, Conditions of Hope by Albert Russo and Martin Tucker seems to represent exile as a fundamental existential
There is a type of novel whose aim, as Jonathan Swift wrote of his intention behind Gulliver's Travels, is to
To ascribe to a poet’s work, however commendable, a description of Biblical, even religious dimensions, might at first blush seem feckless. Yet there is nothing overtly irresponsible or even sacrilegious in the attribution. The adjective “synoptic”
Albert Russo's collected short fiction, published in three volumes by Domhan Books, is a story cycle that spans nearly twenty-five years and is both chronicle and allegory of its author’s life and times. The first volume of the trilogy, Beyond the Great