The nation has been gripped with concern for the well-being of the American public over the arrival of the Ebola virus to our homeland. On… Read More »Ebola in the U.S. and Hellenistic Maltreatment Aspects
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When films, or any piece of theater or art, reflect archetypal themes derived from myth or fairy tales, they can have a universal appeal and… Read More »Maleficient, Angelina Jolie, and the Winged Goddess Asteroids
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