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Silence was published in 1966 and is often regarded as Endo's finest achievement. It won the Tanizaki prize in Japan the year it was published. Silence tells the story of a young Portuguese priest, sent to Japan in the 1600s when...
Gulliver's Travels, a misanthropic satire of humanity, was written in 1726 by Jonathan Swift. Like many other authors, Swift uses the journey as the backdrop for his satire. He invents a second author, Captain Lemuel Gulliver, who narrates and...
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C.S. Lewis's Narnia series comes to mind right away. This story can be read as a children's story, and Lewis certainly makes use of this genre, as the form is essentially that of a fairy tale. There are alternate worlds, benevolent and evil...
After Ruth May's death, Orleanna, in her grief, decides to take her daughters and journey to Leopoldville on foot.
The Spanish were able to capture Atahuallpa and conquer territory in the New World because of their advanced technology and most important of all, their weaponry. From the text:
"Pizarro came to Cajamarca by means of European maritime...
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