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Rotting of Lies

"The bigger the lie, the more they believe it" (Flynn 117)"Don't fret, we'll sort this out: the true and the not true and the might as well be true" (Flynn 368)"Mom. Secrets are what put you in this situation; secrets and lies." (Arrow)     The image above initially appears empty and uneventful, but behind Moira…See More
May 22
Mayank Bhatia posted a blog post

Admiration and Corruption

   It’s easy to understand that a successful corruption begins with public admiration. Let it be as trivial as stealing from a fundraiser, or as far-reaching as a politician embezzling tax money; the origins of these crimes come from entrusting the wrong people. So I've posed the question, where can we draw the line between admiration and corruption?    We don’t like the ambitions nor results of John Kennedy to Kim Jong Un, or Joseph Stalin to Malcolm X; so what exactly is the difference?…See More
May 16
Mayank Bhatia replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 4
"I thoroughly enjoyed Paige's unscheduled poem 8th hour today. It entailed a memoir in verse, consisting of a brief moment between her mother anfd herself. Moreover, I appreciated the minimalism in her plot, while maintaining poised and…"
Feb 11
Mayank Bhatia replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 4
"I thoroughly enjoyed Paige's unscheduled poem 8th hour today. It entailed a memoir in verse, consisting of a brief moment between her mother anfd herself. Moreover, I appreciated the minimalism in her plot, while maintaining poised and…"
Feb 9
Mayank Bhatia replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 3
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Feb 9
Mayank Bhatia replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 2
"The first performance of eighth hour was profoundly moving in a digestible format, contrary to the plethora of heavy (but equally great) speeches that fell after. Moreover, the thoughtful composition of something so truly simple as Jury Duty held…"
Feb 7
Mayank Bhatia posted a blog post

Endless Pursuits

 Endless Pursuits      The Great Gatsby, a novel written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is one of few deserving American Classics that have survived through extensive and precarious ages. Gatsby’s story is narrated by a morally upright man of the bond business, Nick Carraway. Carraway recently rented a schlocky home amongst contrasted enormous palaces of an aristocratic community known as East Egg, just barely separated from New…See More
Sep 11, 2016
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Aug 23, 2016

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Rotting of Lies

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"The bigger the lie, the more they believe it" (Flynn 117)…

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Admiration and Corruption

Posted on April 11, 2017 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

   It’s easy to understand that a successful corruption begins with public admiration. Let it be as trivial as stealing from a fundraiser, or as far-reaching as a politician embezzling tax money; the origins of these crimes come from entrusting the wrong people. So I've posed the question, where can we draw the line between admiration and corruption?…

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A World Unlike My Own

Posted on January 19, 2017 at 1:07am 0 Comments

   At first consideration of spending time with Noggin, I was at an unpopular loss of words — there weren’t two that motivated me enough to read anything grounded in such a preposterous premise. Yet against my very prejudices, I conformed to the favorable reviews of critics, may I say,…

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The History of Bob Marley and His Peace

Posted on December 17, 2016 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

   A Brief History of Seven Killings is a unique novel that looks away from the magnitude of things and the drastic effects on one man; and instead, it entices the reader with a broad impact I’ve never seen as effective in literature before. This novel parallels history, so before I could offer any base to the novel itself, you have you understand a few key historic events.…

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