Isaac Asimov is famous for his work in science fiction, but did you know he also wrote mystery novels like "The Death Dealers" and "Murder At the ABA"? Follow the link attached to this image to check out a review of Asimov's "The Death Dealers". Be sure to 'like', share and leave a comment.
Follow the link attached to this image and read my review of Carter Brown's novel 'Wheeler, Dealer!' See how Brown uses a descriptive approach to discuss topis like ecology, gender performance, rape culture, and perceived race. See how these things play out and how paratext impacts a work. Be sure to 'like', share and leave a comment.
Plautus.gif (180×259) Titus Maccius Plautus (c. 254–184 BC, Sarsina Umbria), commonly known as "Plautus", was a Roman playwright of the Old Latin period. His comedies are the earliest surviving intact works in Latin literature. Influenced William Shakespeare.
Eugene Ionesco, 1909-1994, France (born in Romania). Key works: The Bald Soprano (1950); The Lesson (1951); The Chairs (1952); Amedee (1954); Jack, or The Submission (1955); The Killer (1959); Rhinoceros (1959); Exit the King (1962); Hunger and Thirst (1966); Macbett (1972).