Book Review: The Emperor’s Pearl by Robert van Gulik

Book Review Words 2,077 This is a book review on The Emperor’s Pearl by Robert van Gulik. Highly educated writer and a diplomat Robert van Gulik is mostly known as due to his writing on Judge Dee mysteries. He is a Dutch man grew up in Indonesia and taught mandarin.

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Merging Technology with Writing: Essay

Sample Essay Words: 1,320 Sources: 3 There was a time when writing was indeed a very difficult thing to do. Imagine in this modern age of technology that if you have to write hundred pages with a pen and paper how inconvenient it would be. There were famous authors and […]

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Book Review: The Seven Sister by Anthony Sampson

Book Review Words 1,632 This is a book review on The Seven Sister by Anthony Sampson. “The Seven Sisters” sorts out the tangled histories of the seven mega-corporations that dominate international oil: Exxon, Gulf, Texaco, Mobil, Socal, BP and Shell.

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Book Review: Arrogant Capital by Kevin Phillips

Book Review Words 1,320 This is a book review on Arrogant Capital by Kevin Phillips. Kevin Phillips’ Arrogant Capital (1994) analyzes the convergence of international financial establishments, special interest lobbying groups —many of which represent the financial establishments.

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Book Review: Jim Williams’ Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

Book Review Words 1,300 This is a book review on Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by Jim Williams. The second chapter is about how the author/narrator decided to shift to Savannah Georgia at least for a short time, according to the author it was an incident at […]

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