The Blind Deaf-Mute is the Exception to the Rule
The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid.
- Jane Austen (1775-1817)
Concentration Versus Fixation
The Blind Deaf-Mute is the Exception to the Rule
Inspired by Jane Austen's (1775-1817) quote, "The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not to pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid.". The titled responsion is...
Jane Austen had been a favorite heroine for ages. There are some people who believe that her work is too sentimental and there are those who think that her work was too much. This has led to an attempt to create another genre entirely based on the premise of romantic relationships in modern times. It is interesting that the woman who invented such literature, who had such a huge influence on the lives of countless women around the world, was a bit less sentimental than some of the people who try to imitate her. The person I am talking about is the Queen of Romanticism, Virginia Woolf. The Queen of Romanticism is the person who has never liked to admit that she was wrong and who was always looking for another excuse to write a book about the romantic relationships of women.
The book that is now being written by the Queen of Romanticism is called, A Room of One's Own, which has been a long time in the making. This is one of the most highly anticipated novels of all time and it is going to be the book that sets off a new genre of female characters. This will be a book that deals with all the same issues that deal with the male characters in the modern world; the person who has not to pleasure in a good story, the person who does not have a sense of humor, the person who has not read Shakespeare and the person who cannot deal with the world in a realistic way. This is the book that will make you say "yes, that is what they call a good story".
Who has not to pleasure in a good novel? If you ask a woman, she would tell you that she enjoys reading every single page of a good story. It is a gift from the gods. There is no better way to get a woman to enjoy a good story than by writing one and telling her about it. A Room of ones Own is that gift that the Queen of Romanticism gave to women everywhere. Women who are into fiction should be pleased with this book. There are many people who believe that the Queen of Romanticism will be the most successful writer of our time.
A Little Goes a Long Way
Inspired by Richard Feynman's (1918-1988) quote, "I was born not knowing and have had only a little time to change that here and there.". The titled responsion is...
Richard Feynman is probably best known as the creator of quantum physics, particularly with respect to quantum electrodynamic theories. In addition, he is known for his contributions to the field of chemistry. Richard Phillips Feynman former was an American experimental physicist, widely known for his research in the field of quantum electrodynamic phenomena, the theory of atomic bonding, and the nuclear physics of atoms. He was also responsible for discovering the electron and for developing the famous no-wave model of electricity in electromagnetism, and for having a significant impact on the development of the atomic bomb. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1978 for his works on electron bonding and nuclear forces. Although many students of physics still consider him their favorite for this award, others have chosen other names.
Although Richard Feynman had a long history of being involved in science, many people don't realize just how far back his achievements go. The young Feynman was studying at Harvard University when he was made aware of the strange phenomena that had been occurring. As he continued to study, he learned that this phenomenon could be a result of something else, and he began a lifelong journey towards understanding quantum mechanics.
Many people know Richard Feynman as the creator of quantum physics, but most don't realize just how deeply involved he was with chemistry. Because of his interest in these subjects, and because of his recognition of the importance of the study of nature in regards to the structure and functions of living things, Richard Feynman is often regarded as one of the greatest theoretical chemists and organic chemists of all time. It would seem that Richard Feynman, even though he may not be quite as well known as some of his colleagues, is still very much alive and well, and is capable of teaching future generations about the subject matter of modern chemistry.
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