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The first Bulgarian novel to win the International Booker Prize,

A nostalgic satire about Alzheimer’s disease, written by Bulgarian writer, poet and playwright, Georgi Gospodinov, first Bulgarian novel to win the International Booker Prize

Talks about freedom, righteousness, impurity and exclusion from the kingdom

We are saved by the ransom offering of Christ Jesus, but to be able to get full salvation and entrance in the kingdom of God we shall need to have the right attitude to be found righteous.

Not enough time to keep pace with writing for different websites

Some good news: Congratulations! Your site, Some View on the World, passed 10,000 all-time views. The previous days I was very busy with things that had to be done around the house as well as for problems I had with my car, as well as the need to find enough time to write articles forContinue reading “Not enough time to keep pace with writing for different websites”

For those who want to look at the world from another point of view

Some people may feel totally lost and bewildered in this world they are living in. For much too long they have placed their trust in other people, not enough checking if what and whom they were following would be the right thing. Many people, though, think it is not important to go to examine everythingContinue reading “For those who want to look at the world from another point of view”

Not liked or Hated Questions

When asking around what people do not like to be presented as questions, we can hear a plenty fold of answers. The most unwanted questions are about very personal questions, such as age, partnership, when to have children, but also politics, which party one is for or who to vote for. Further inappropriate is the question about how much one earns and sometimes anyway if one wants to know more about what someone does for a living.

The Telegraph Frontpage 2023 February 20

By Sam Hall Police searching for Nicola Bulley have recovered a body less than a mile away from where she disappeared, as officers face growing questions over their investigation. In this newsletter, we also have reaction to the Baftas, after a big night for All Quiet on the Western Front. Body found in search forContinue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage 2023 February 20”

What about irreverence and sharp-edged spirit of the original text

A spokesperson for the Roald Dahl Story Company said: “When publishing new print runs of books written years ago, it’s not unusual to review the language used alongside updating other details including a book’s cover and page layout. Our guiding principle throughout has been to maintain the storylines, characters, and the irreverence and sharp-edged spiritContinue reading “What about irreverence and sharp-edged spirit of the original text”

Everywhere I Look, I Read ‘Protection’

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This post is a slight diversion from my usual approach to the blog, but I felt impassioned enough to include it. ‘Protection’ has been a recurring word during this project, and this week I encountered another example which I wanted to touch on, because it relates somewhat to my interests and art…

Why censoring Roald Dahl is a dangerous step

We ourselves also do not like the term ‘woke,’ of which it took us a long time before we got to know what it really meant. In any case, we have come to the conclusion that “woke” is a present way of covering up, or to gloss over censorship. It is best for the olderContinue reading “Why censoring Roald Dahl is a dangerous step”

Absurdity of present “woke” rage: The rewriting of Dahl

Even a grand master of playful words and fantasy his lyrics are tackled by the Woke generation and actually raped, without realising the seriousness of that sensibility.