The sea of fertility by Yukio Mishima, book review

Spring snow or Haru no Yuki in Japanese is Mishima's 1969 novel. The first in his tetralogy known as the Sea of fertility, and extremely late in his writing career. The story is about Kiyoaki Matsugae and his friend Shigekuni Honda. Kiyoaki is the son of an aristocrat which comes from a Samurai family, his … Continue reading The sea of fertility by Yukio Mishima, book review

On marriage and family life by St John Chrysostom, book review

'On marriage and family life' is a small book which is a collection of Saint John Chrysostom's (349-407AD) Homilies on marriage. It contains a basic introduction to John's life and the Theology and Ethics behind Christian marriage. This introduction is evidently American, and written by someone who still hasn't fully escaped the post-Enlightenment culture of … Continue reading On marriage and family life by St John Chrysostom, book review

Acts of Worship: Seven stories by Yukio Mishima, book review

'Acts of Worship: Seven stories' is a collection of short stories by Yukio Mishima. The seven stories go from 1946-65, so are wide in their scope of his writing career. These seven stories are Fountains in the rain, Raisin bread, Sword, Sea and sunset, Cigarette, Martyrdom and Act of worship. This collection is named after … Continue reading Acts of Worship: Seven stories by Yukio Mishima, book review

James Charles represents the shallow materialism of the modern age.

Hello dear reader, I'm sure none of you need an introduction to James Charles, and if you don't then stop reading this article, your life will be more blessed without knowing of him. With that warning over, allow me to begin. James Charles represents the materialism of the modern age. Watch any interview with him … Continue reading James Charles represents the shallow materialism of the modern age.