INTRODUCTION Agatha Christie was once born Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller on September 5, 1890, in Torquay, England. In 1914 she was married to Colonel Archibald Christie who was once an aviator within the Royal Flying Corps. They'd a daughter named Rosalind, and bought divorced in 1928. With the aid of then Christie had begun writing mystery reviews, at first which was according to a dare from her sister. Her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at styles, was published in 1920 and featured the debut
Contemporary world literature remains in a dynamic state of flux due to the rising trends of globalization. At the crest of this wave, writers are reverberating myriads of voices of human experiences .Within the new wave of blurring boundaries, diasporic writings emerge as epiphanies of intertwining experiences of hope, joy, pain, conflict and love of migrants and their connected relations. They echo the disheartened music of life that is created by continuous vacillation between contradictory conceptions
‘Writers have always been fascinated by madness, as well as afraid of it’ (Murray 2004). This essay explores various ways in which madness is represented in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, first published in 1847, and Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea, first published in 1966. This essay gives reference to Michel Foucault and his work with madness and confinement in Madness and Civilisation. Genetic predisposition is analysed in Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea in relation to madness, as well as what role
you’re bound to get there, by and by. Just remember her words, ‘Til the day you die, “Nobody Owns the Sky!” Reeve Lindbergh dedicated her poem to the family of Bessie Coleman with admiration and respect from another flying family. “It looks like a good day for flying.” “Miss Bessie Coleman (Queen Bess), the daredevil aviator accomplished her goal in her short life. She made a difference and she did “amount to something.” Mae Jemison, M.D. Photo compliments from Schomburg Center
World War III: The Love Story ©2015 by Ken Knight This is the work of alternative-history fiction. All persons and events portrayed herein are considered to be fictional. Historical names and entities have been mentioned and used in the story for historical reference and homage with no slander or libel intended on past historical figures living or dead. Any similarities thereof are coincidental and unintentional.
Sui Generis Alien and Premonition by Stephen Jones Chapter-1 Ancestor’s property King: Eh! Marshal get me out from this burdensome lavatory. Marshal: My men are trying their best sir. General: Situation is not interim these doors are made up of the magnesium-based alloy. Marshal: In the meantime, before we break this door. Tell us the story who locked you here. King: Some perceptions relate to married people become one of them I promise I will tell you the story. General: If I go as per your trepidation