Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Untold History of the United States reviewed

I have been casually watching recorded episodes on my player of Oliver Stone’s documentary miniseries entitled The Untold History of the United States (2012). The show chronicles a side of American history unrevealed to the commoner. The material covered is … Continue reading

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The Metamorphosis reviewed

You’ve probably heard of Franz Kafka. He is regarded as one of the foremost twentieth century writers, despite most of his material being posthumously published. My first extended encounter with Kafka’s work was during my stay at university. We dealt … Continue reading

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Anatomising the Egyptian Quandary

Call it a case of deja vu. People power 2.0 has beckoned and once again the Egyptian nation is at the heart of all this. Photos of the hordes gathering at Tahrir Square are consumed by the minions who know … Continue reading

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Monsters University reviewed

It’s that time of the year again, the blockbuster season in Hollywood that coincides with the Californian summer. A cursory look at the films playing at your friendly cinema will reveal the plethora of options for the moviegoer. There are … Continue reading

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Field Journal

Well, the first thing I noticed about Auburn was the news agency in the train station. There was nothing remarkable about it; in fact, it could very well pass for your average Aussie newsstand. What particularly caught my gaze, in … Continue reading

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Monsters University reviewed

It’s that time of the year again, the blockbuster season in Hollywood that coincides with the Californian summer. A cursory look at the films playing at your friendly cinema will reveal the plethora of options for the moviegoer. There are … Continue reading

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