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7 Scottish Myths and Legends

  Aside from my deepest fascination to Scotland's rustic sceneries and structures, stories behind the existence of their famous folklores also what captures the depth of my interest. Originally, it was the novel now television series, Outlander by Diana Gabaldon... Continue Reading →

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Women of Victorian Era: An Insight on Wilkie Collins’ The Woman in White

The Woman in White was Wilkie Collins' fifth novel published in 1860. The novel was praised to its Gothic, mystery themed story line; a norm in the Victorian Era. Social inequality, poverty, labor tragedies so as child labor, hunger are... Continue Reading →

To be prominent in the rapid changing landscape of music industry—The Cesar Tongson’s Story

NOTE: THIS IS A RESEARCH I MADE TO SHOWCASE THE STATE OF LOCAL MUSICIANS IN THE PHILIPPINES. DATA AND INFORMATION USED IN THIS STUDY ARE ALL COLLECTED FROM CREDIBLE AND SCHOLARLY RESOURCES.   Introduction Musicians depend on popularity and recognition... Continue Reading →

#WakandaForever: Black Panther Film Review

photo credits to Marvel: http://marvel.com   SPOILER AHEAD!   Black Panther is the eighteenth film in Marvel Cinematic Universe. It follows the origin of Black Panther as well as the introduction to Wakanda and its people, Wakandans. The film started... Continue Reading →

Escape from Sobibor: A Review

credits to the owner of photo.  Sobibor was only one among six extermination camps established by Germans between 1941 and 1945. The movie began with portraying how every Jews were transported in Sobibor by train, all thirsty and some dying... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Coco

photo credits to the owner.    Movie Title: COCO  Directed by: Lee Unkrich Produced by: Darla K. Anderson Music by: Michael Giacchino Production Company: Walt Disney Pictures                          ... Continue Reading →

A year in review:15 Ridiculous Trends of 2017

Nineteen days to go and we're finally done with you, 2017! But of course, we won't just head on to a new year without jotting down this year's weird and totally ridiculous trends millennial unstoppably aped and as expected, spread... Continue Reading →

 On Feminism: Women is never a Symbol of Frailty

  “Reflecting their role in society, women in literature are often portrayed in a position that is dominated by men. Especially in the nineteenth century, women were repressed and controlled by their husbands as well as other male influences.” An... Continue Reading →

Who is Fenrir?

© to the owner of the photo.   If you think Odin simply fades to dust along with the passing thrash of wind when he died, as portrayed in the movie Thor: Ragnarok, then you haven't heard of Fenrir. Did... Continue Reading →

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