The Hidden Mysteries of the Voynich Manuscript

Every now and then there are new discoveries in the field of science, mathematics, Geography, and Architecture. However, one of the discoveries in the field of literature has caught a number of eyes. A literary mystery by an anonymous creator, Voynich Manuscript is a 15th-century book that is written in an entirely unknown language with […]

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Books to Read: Leo Tolstoy’s List

Leo Tolstoy was born on the 9th September 1828 into an Aristocratic Russian Family. In his twenties, he received his first literary acclaim, with his semi-autobiographical trilogy, Children, Boyhood, and Youth (1852-1856) and also the book Sevastopol Sketches which was based on his experience in the Crimean War. Leo Tolstoy famous books, which are claimed […]

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Friendship: The Immortal Relationship

With the exception of wisdom, I’m inclined to believe that the immortal gods have given nothing better to humanity than friendship. Cicero The emotional drama circling around love and family has caught the attention of researchers and philosophers for ages, but they’ve spent much less time pondering the deep satisfaction of a good friend. Why […]

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