Dunes

April 28, 2017 6:05 pm0 comments
Dunes

  Go slowly into the long night, through the blackest void to the light at the top of the stairwell. The last dress you’ll ever wear pulls tense over steely mandibles. Fresh linens, ironed smooth; broach proudly emblazoned. Arms quietly folded with purpose. A welcoming ossuary; five by three – […]

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10 Common Concepts in Christianity and Islam

March 20, 2017 3:02 pm0 comments
10 Common Concepts in Christianity and Islam

For many, Islam and Christianity have little in commonplace. Quite a number Christians misperceive Islam as a religion of the sword and of oppression, while many Muslims see Christianity as permissive and rampant with sin. But, a whole lot of this misperception arises from the exceptional emphases and vocabulary odd […]

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A Trilogy of Red: Part 2 – Cardinal

March 6, 2017 1:04 pm0 comments
A Trilogy of Red: Part 2 – Cardinal

Sweet fruit laid bare on a rugged table, supple skinned and furred. To juxtapose the craggy eggshell-tempera smeared around his stretched face. From widows peak to concave dimple, soft and milky like a new-born babe. Shrivelled and unwanted like crumpled paper, now a different shade of flesh. A riverbank of […]

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The Submission : Contemporary Islam and its different conceptions after 9/11

June 29, 2016 4:29 pm0 comments
The Submission : Contemporary Islam and its different conceptions after 9/11

This essay aims to give a better understanding of the extremely complex concept of Islam that nowadays seems to be the centre of an articulated dispute arisen after the horrific attacks of 9/11. The first chapter analyses the meaning of Islam commencing from the etymological roots to the study of […]

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