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“After the Wrath of God” Book Review

In the book, After the Wrath of God, written by Anthony M. Petro, he provides a broader take on the religious history and responses regarding the AIDS epidemic in the United States from the early 1980s through the mid 1990s. As opposed to other historical reports surrounding the topic of religion and AIDS that were…

“My Antonia” Book Review

My Antonia is a fictional story of the pioneer lifestyle. The author Willa Cather wrote this book in 1918. The main character, an orphaned child named Jim Burden moves to Nebraska to live with his grandparents. There he meets the eldest daughter of a Bohemian family, named Antonia. These two characters learn to bond over…

“The Fall of France: The Nazi Invasion of 1940” Book Review

This is a book review of the novel “The Fall of France: The Nazi Invasion of 1940” authored by Julian T. Jackson and published by the Oxford University Press in 2003, located in New York City in the state of New York. This volume is 293 pages long written in english and comes in paperback,…



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“1984” by George Orwell Book Review 

Below is a book review of 1984 by George Orwell. George Orwell wrote 1984 as a warning against the dangers of the complete control of a totalitarian society. He was very successful in carrying out his overall purpose by featuring themes that related to social justice topics and technology. He also portrayed this idea through…

“Hind Swaraj” Book Review

The book “Hind Swaraj” or also known as Indian Home Rule was written by the famous freedom rights leader Mahatma Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi was the leader of the Indian Independence Movement, who sought out non-violent protests instead of destructive behaviors. The main theme that Gandhi was trying to express was his attitude toward the relationship…

“Fahrenheit 451” Book Review

February 1951, contemporary literary period, science/dystopian fiction. The story was written in 1953, about the future of America, since the contemporary period is from 1945 to the present day, it has a lot of varying characteristics. A main characteristic from the 1950 was anger, and frustration. Ray Bradbury contributed to this concept by showing how…

Book Review -The Jeffrey Dahmer Story “An American Nightmare”

Book review-The Jeffrey Dahmer Story:An American Nightmare, Written by Donald A Davis Akanksha Wadhwa Forensic Psychopathology- Fall 2018 University of Massachusetts-Lowell Born on a usual spring day of May 21, 1960 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Jeffrey Dahmer was one of America’s most notorious serial killers. It is not the number of victims that make this case…

“Aztec” Book Review

Aztec is a book that was initially published in 1980 written by Gary Jennings. This book depicts the Aztec civilization before and after the arrival of the conquistadors. The book is written from the perspective of a 60 year old Aztec man named Mixtli that was captured by Hernando Cortes in Tenochtitlan. He became a…

Book Review: Nobody Left to Hate, Teaching Compassion after Columbine

The year 2018 has been officially recognized by the United States for having a higher number of school shootings than any other year on record. In total there were 94 incidents of school gun violence which resulted in the deaths of 55 people. This averages out to approximately one school shooting a week (Ahmed &…

“The Invention of Wings” Book Review

“The Invention of Wings” by Sue Monk Kidd is an eye opening fictional story. Writing to the extent of Kidd’s fictional and imaginative creativity, Sue Monk Kidd introduces a masterpiece of hope, courage, the search for freedom, and the determination to have a chance to have a voice. The book speaks upon Sarah Grimk and…

“The House of Wisdom” Review

The House Of Wisdom by Jonathan Lyons is a book written about how the west was transformed by muslim learning. Lyons intention in writing this book was to track where the scientific revolution of the west europeans came from. The thesis of this book is if many western scientific concepts originate with the arabs then…

“The Wisdom of Insecurity” by Alan Watts Review

In the practice of psychotherapy, this book has given me some excellent tools, the first was that it helped me to realize that everything I have done does not mean that I am progressing linearly in my process. On the contrary, it made me see that the process is not linear at all, but that…

Book Review: The Accusation Forbidden Stories From Inside North Korea

North Korea is a very mysterious country! The country of North Korea is often considered to be closed and isolated, and it is completely out of touch in the 21st century. Kim II Sung actually founded the North Korean regime in 1948, and his family has ruled the country ever since. I never know anything…

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