Though I decided long ago to maintain some degree of skepticism where any historian is concerned, I enjoy and trust Paul Johnson above the rest.
“I Can’t Breathe” is the name of the first story I ever read by Ring Lardner. It concerns a well-to-do 18-year-old girl who is infatuated, off and on, with several boys.
In a 1974 movie called The Yakuza, it is claimed that the Japanese do not believe in a heaven or hell.
From 1942 to 1945, James Fahey served on board the USS Montpelier, and recorded his experiences in a diary.
Imagine a restaurant filled with boxing greats – fighters, trainers, managers – all trying to talk over each other with their stories of “back in the day” and “remember when,
Jane Edna Stravens has once again inspired her readers with this wonderful children’s book, “The Enchanted World – How to Pray for what you Want”.
“Naked Lunch” was the first thing I read by any of the beat writers.
I read the introduction to “A Memoir of Mary Ann” years before I read the book itself.
Little is known about Emily Bronte who was born in England in 1818 and died in 1848 at the age of thirty
Comedian Ramzy Sweis Has Mastered The Art Of “Why We Never Repeat Jokes”…