A modest and informative look at what languages those of us who demote ourselves to the level of a Historian should learn, especially if we study Western European thought.
This article suggests a list of the 10 worst presidents in the history of the United States of America.
Kids use musical mnemonics to learn the parts of speech and grammar with these classic hits from School House Rock.
Introduction and mini-quizzes on the Latin first declension and the basic uses of the six Latin cases.
This is an essay that I wrote for my final paper in my senior seminar, a class that I was required to take in order to get my bachelor's degree in English. It is a take on my opinions and analysis of how fairy tales surround themselves with the...
All right, grammar geeks, how do we spell thumbs-up, really and truly? Greekgeek aka Mythphile investigates.
In this hub I make a few speculations regarding the significance and the meaning behind the number forty as it appears in the Bible and the traditions of various people.
Louis Bolk (1866-1930) was a great scientist who developed a fully unknown theory about the origin of the Human Species. His science was not based on assumptions, it's fully scientific and watertight.
William Shakespeare (1564 (baptism, not d..o.b) - 1616) was an English playwright and poet, and some believe him to be the greatest writer in the English language and the world's most outstanding dramatist. The title, "Bard of Avon," derives from...
The archetype exists for a "Willing Hero" as a model for what features and characteristics belong to a great hero. This is not to say that a hero is perfect and without flaws (that's actually another different archetype), but that a hero fits the...