Language : English
Published : 2011
Pages : 95
At Home at the Zoo: Homelife and the Zoo Story
The Zoo Story. More than fifty years later, master playwright Edward Albee (Who s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?andThe Goat, or Who is Sylvia?) wrote a prequel to this classic.Home Storycontains the events in Peter s life immediately preceding his encounter with Jerry on the park bench and is every bit as powerful as the original. We meet Ann, Peter s wife, and see the conversation that compelled Peter to go for that fateful walk in the park. For the first time collected in one volume, At Home at the Zoois a must for any theater lover. “
This short study of the life of the Blessed Prophet of Islam ( ) for high school and above is neither a new historical analysis nor yet another purely devotional sketch of the earthly career of God’s last prophet. Written by Islam ‘s best ambassador in the West, this biography of the Prophet ( ) takes the spiritual dimensions into consideration as well as the more factual and historical elements of the life of the person who changed human history.
Mao Zedong’s “Talks at the Yan’an Conference on Literature and Art”: A Translation of the 1943 Text with Commentary
The society of Singapore Writers is proud to present this momentous anthology of poems by Singapore’s very own literary talents. Given their diversity in age, background, experience and style, the poets have bought to their works a rich spectrum of flavours and a wide array of perspectives.
Anthony Burgess commented that “the poetry of Arthur Yap meets the highest anglophone standards”, and that “Edwin Thumboo himself is modern”. Indeed, a Singapore literature has evolved.
Previously known as Poets of Singapore, Tides of Memories and Other Singapore Poems comes with many original poems by modern, forward-looking new entrants like Kang Bee Hua that raise current concerns and illuminate with their fresh perspectives. As Singapore prospers, we hope every member of this global city for the arts will respond magnanimously to our local poets.
A sweeping tale of abduction, battle, and courtship played out in a universe of deities and demons, The Ramayana is familiar to virtually every Indian. Although the Sanskrit original was composed by Valmiki around the fourth century BC, poets have produced countless versions in different languages. Here, drawing on the work of an eleventh-century poet called Kamban, Narayan employs the skills of a master novelist to re-create the excitement he found in the original. A luminous saga made accessible to new generations of readers, The Ramayana can be enjoyed for its spiritual wisdom, or as a thrilling tale of ancient conflict.