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Women as Writers Series: Full Review of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

Hello readers and welcome once again to Literary Wanderings!

Some days ago, I completed an introductory review of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, prefacing it with comments on the introduction to the compendium that the book is from. 825 more words

AdmiralCarter Rambles

INFP- Odysseus (Homer's Odyssey)

INFP- The Dreamer

I (Introversion): Odysseus is highly introspective. He frequently takes time to examine himself and the situations around him, focusing on the subjective implications of what he sees. 198 more words

Do our leaders still not worship the old pagan Gods?

This short essay is an attempt to answer a conundrum that puzzles me. All the members of our government would claim if pushed to an extreme to be Christians. 1,612 more words


Visual Thinking / The Iliad

HOMER / THE ILIAD, translated by Robert Fagles, Penguin Books 1990

And what a translation this is!

Some impressions as I read The Iliad

Book Nine / The Embassy to Achilles… 752 more words
Asperger's Human Experience

The Trojan Horse Called Net Neutrality

In the Aeneid of Virgil, the concept of a Trojan Horse is first mentioned.  The actual event is referred to in Homer’s Odyssey, where the Greek’s fake surrendering, leaving a Trojan Horse at the gates of Troy, sailing off into the sunset.  190 more words