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Paul Thomson

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Member since: Mar 02, 2012

Paul Thomson is an avid reader of English Literature. His areas of expertise include American Literature, Poetry and US History. In his spare time, he loves to participate in online literature forums and promote reading for youth.

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It bears repeating that history repeats itself. Although Arthur Miller's The Crucible is about the Salem Witch Trials in 17th century New England, it is also a biting satire of McCarthyism in the

Book Reviews> Literary Classics l 3 years ago

Although Macbeth is not exactly an idol for the ages, given that he committed murder in a crazed pursuit of power, he certainly does have some notable words to impart through the illustrious voice of

Book Reviews> Literary Classics l 3 years ago

Classics like Romeo and Juliet being made into movies and the new Great Gatsby movie and what is appealing to a filmmaker about the book's setting. A classic that hasn't been adapted is as common as

Book Reviews> Literary Classics l 3 years ago

Aldous Huxley wrote a treatise in 1958 that explicated how his dystopian vision in Brave New World was coming true. If Huxley felt like that then, imagine what he would say about the world now. The

Book Reviews> Literary Classics l 3 years ago

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