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Fish Computer Mouse - An Amusing Item

11th February 2011
Kids really like stories. A whole lot. Specially tales involving some sort of magical character granting wishes but following all... will not we all? Even now, as an adult, I still really like the outdated fable in the goldfish that is rescued from certai... Read >
Author: Rangga Miko

The Dionysian myth in Golding’s conception

21st September 2009
William Golding’s Lord of the Flies appeared in 1954 to limited critical appreciation; by the mid-sixties, the novel was attracting the kind of close study that accompanies the recognition of a compulsory classic. ( Reilly 1992; 3-4;12-21). In 1962,... Read >
Author: Luka Malgaj

How to Convince People to Accept Your Ideas

26th July 2009
People attending management training courses often ask how they can get their ideas accepted. How many times have you as a manager experienced just how difficult it is to get your ideas and initiatives accepted? Human nature tends to see problems and to c... Read >
Author: Richard Stone

Perseverance and its virtues

14th May 2009
To remain steadfast, hopeful, optimistic and courageous against all odds or unfavorable circumstances is said to be perseverance, which is the hallmark of achieving great and seemingly impossible targets. Perseverance is an essential quality of chara... Read >
Author: Khadim hussain subhpoto

World Folktales and Fables: Effective Teaching Tools to Educate and Entertain Children

05th June 2007
Children love folktales and fables. With their simple characters and settings, as well as an enticing conflict early in the story, folktales immediately grab a reader's attention. Recall "The Three Billy Goats Gruff," in which all three goats need to get ... Read >
Author: Language Lizard

Who Wrote Aesop's Fables?

07th August 2006
Everyone is familiar with Aesop's Fables. They are short stories usually about animal characters designed to make a point about human behaviour. Aesop has been credited with inventing the fable. Indeed, the name Aesop has become synonymous with fables. Ho... Read >
Author: Mike Haydon
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