Tag Fantastic Books



Literary hoax as an act of protest

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Sometimes it's curious to be fooled. Especially when it's not about money. Mainly because after that you can recreate your favorite moment from The Who's "Won't Be Fooled Again" - which is Roger Daltrey's seminal title check and piercing "Yeah!"-scream. You get a little bit wiser, little bit better because of it. You gain experience. And after that you can go on with your life like nothing happened. It may or may not bring a smile on your face much later on a certain occasion. You can also put your sunglasses on in the same time, but you're definitely better than that. 

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John Berryman 1914-1972

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John Berryman is one of my favorite poets. His rambling-tambling style twists and screws the ways you perceive the poetry in a most elaborate way. He was talking about his life in his poetry, he tried to sort out his emotions by the power of verse - and you can feel its visceral wrecking intensity...

There was an anniversary of his suicide on January 7.  45 years ago he jumped off the Washington Avenue Bridge, some say he was waving to onlookers on his way down. Happens.

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Awesome science fiction books 2016

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All of us remember our childhood and sweet moments of dreaming. Do you remind your childhood wishes: to make a courageous step in the distant future or go back in time and change flow of events? For example, you will never get tired of the science fiction genre. Have you ever had a desire to see a fiery comet, to count stars in the sky, to share the secrets with your best friend? This kind of things adds magic in our lives. You can find stories in fiction books that will remain in your memory for the long time. Read up our list of 10 best fiction books in which we included both of classic and new coming novels... Read more