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My Favorite Moments #4: No Mind

At times, I am my own worst enemy. During chaotic situations, my mind goes in a thousand different directions. As I try to do about eight things at once, I am never more than two seconds away from just spinning aimlessly in a circle, accomplishing nothing. 185 kata lagi

Moments

Heartwood 7:3 - The Last Samurai by Helen DeWitt

About a year ago, New Directions rereleased Helen DeWitt’s long out-of-print novel, The Last Samurai, which was accompanied by quite a bit of publicity, including this… 576 kata lagi

Fiction

The Last Samurai (2003)

The Last Samurai is a compelling meditative tale of redemption, honor, and family.

The Last Samurai transports us back to the 19th century where we meet American former Cpt. 690 kata lagi

Why fiction might need "white saviours"

In fiction, the “white saviour” trope is the unfavourable use of a white (typically Western) protagonist who saves a group of non-white (typically non-Western) characters from a situation from which they have been unable to free themselves. 1.072 kata lagi

Writing

25. The Last Samurai

There’s a recurring thing in movies called the White savior narrative. Essentially, it’s when a movie depicts a white person coming to the rescue of a group of some non-white nationality or diversity. 373 kata lagi

Definitly Red

05.04.2017

Definitly Red

Well, punters we know what it is this weekend don’t we, so no introductions and to the point.

One of the most wrongly spelt words in the dictionary is DEFINITELY, did you know that! 136 kata lagi

The Forty Fiver

Poetics: From Natures Point of View

Today Mish is doing the Poetics prompt at dVerse Poets Pub.  She wants us to write about life from the perspective of nature:  a tree, frog, flower, whatever!  157 kata lagi

Musings