Some know Christ since they were born, other have to go through the, at times, very difficult internal struggle of pondering the big questions of life.
By Martina Juričková Word Count: 1394 Rating: G Summary: An essay about Professor Tolkien and his friendships. Even though Tolkien disliked a literary work being analyzed in reference to its author’s life, he admitted that “[a]n author cannot…remain wholly unaffected by his experience” (Tolkien, 2011, p. xxii). And since in his life he was known for... Continue Reading →
"The study of the life, works, and ideas of our national hero is an exercise in archetypal psychology."
By Matthew Hill-Spur, June 3, 2015 Word Count: 3972 Rating: G Summary: A brief biography of General John “Gentleman Johnny” Burgoyne. The Right Honorable General John Burgoyne, General in the British Army and MP for Preston, is probably most famous for commanding the losing Army at the Battle of Saratoga in 1777, during the American... Continue Reading →
PASSING THE MANTLE: THE COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GENERAL EDWARD BRADDOCK AND COLONEL GEORGE WASHINGTON By Rosaria Marie (Avellina Balestri) Word Count: 4134 Rating: G Summary: An examination of the relationship between George Washington and British general Edward Braddock. The British General Edward Braddock and his young colonial aide George Washington are often portrayed as symbols... Continue Reading →