Tag Archive: war

The Start of Russia’s Long Lent: An Appreciation of Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s “The Red Wheel”

“The great Russian novelist Alexander Solzhenitsyn offers a profound and powerful meditation on the rise of the Bolsheviks in ‘The Red Wheel’…”

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Song of Exiles: A Reflection on the New York City Draft Riots of 1863

“It will be a song that makes all hearts one, and makes all eyes see kinship in the eyes of others…”

The Prophecy of the One Ring: Prologue

“‘Edmund, get away from there!’ his mother screamed, hauling him back from the window. ‘What did you think you were doing?'”

The Price of a Soul: Musings on the Moral Beauty of “Les Miserables”

Enjoy this insightfully, spiritually in-tune review of the moral beauty of the motion picture “Les Miserables.”

For the White Rose

“All Kings and all pretenders, wherever you may be, the land itself remembers though we are far from thee…”

Diwrnach Is Dead

“’Diwrnarch is dead,’ the King of Annwn’s voice is like a death knell. His cloak is darker than the shadows of the hall yet his eyes are bright as stars.” (Rated: PG-13)

A Kiss Goodnight: A Game of Thrones Fan-Fiction Story

“Suddenly he felt her lips lightly touch his cheek…the ugly, scarred cheek that only added to his other physical unpleasantries.” (Rated: PG-13)

Yours Ever, Prim: A Hunger Games Fan-Fiction Story

“‘You thought you were going to save me; instead, you saved the world…'” (Rated: PG)