Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Nelson were all active fighting for independency and civil rights. They were all a supporter of the non-violence method. They all were working for the same goal, but on different parts of the globe. All three of them were and still is big icons for the rest … More War against civil rights?
“The naming of the cat” is an incredible poem by T.S Eliot. Actually, no, it’s kinda like every poem ever. The poem is, surprisingly, about naming a cat. Very interesting, I know. Thomas Stearns Eliot was a British essayist, publisher, playwright, literary and social critic. It is a poem to all you cat lovers … More *Poetic tittle, or something real fancy*
In Norway, we have a subject dedicated to learning other languages other than Norwegian and English. We get to pick between three languages; Spanish, German and French. It is nothing wrong with the idea, it’s just that nobody gives any Fs about it and just thinks it’s a waste of time. I think we … More Why second languages are stupid
My favorite part of “The absolutely true story of a part time Indian” was the start of the book. The first two(?) chapters when Junior had his introduction about himself. I liked it because it was fun. He used a lot of self-irony which I like. It makes the book fun and more personal I … More TATSOAPT – The book about a giant French fry
December the 7th the media and commination class at Sandvika videregående skole saw the movie Macbeth which was bade in 2015. The movie was directed by Justin Kurzel and the lead role was played by s Michael Fassbender MacBeth is a movie made before Shakespeare’s time using the original script written by Shakespeare. The language was … More Film – MacBeth
Backstory: Henrik and I had got a task to interview English speaking tourist. We decided the royal palace would be a good spot to find some tourist. And this is one of my favorite answers That’s a very good question, and you know what as long as I have friend a family that’s all I need. … More Philosophical thoughts at the King’s place