Poem: Faux-rest

Faux Rest It happened on a creepy land, Canadian Prairies- A barren, forest, bungalow... Like fur-hunter series. Three lost Murican must stop there, Running out of black oil- Been middle of the only road, You'd face it or recoil? They did not want to leave the car, Checking the bungalow- Tho, none there, they thought … Continue reading Poem: Faux-rest


Challenging Short Essay for Educational Psychology Exam

Today, I had two exams that dropped up my moral a little bit. In the recent days/weeks/months/years and decades, I've been disappointed of having no challenging questions and studies before me; however, today's exame were quite challenging in a good way. At first, I had Educational Psychology exam that was related to learners's variation and … Continue reading Challenging Short Essay for Educational Psychology Exam

A Hungarian dish in Algiers: Lecsó + Perfect Rice

A Hungarian dish in Algiers: Lecsó + Perfect Rice Alrightythen! Today, it's my free day. I woke up early and started to think how to make my day the most beneficial and restful. In the last three days, my shoulder hurting and my jobs as a teacher were pressing me into the edge. So, I … Continue reading A Hungarian dish in Algiers: Lecsó + Perfect Rice

Book review: Meursault Investigation

Albert Camus about his book: I summarized The Stranger a long time ago, with a remark I admit was highly paradoxical: 'In our society any man who does not weep at his mother's funeral runs the risk of being sentenced to death.' I only meant that the hero of my book is condemned because he does not … Continue reading Book review: Meursault Investigation

An Algerian Bookshelf: Albert Camus

Albert Camus (1913-1960) You can visit any Algerian bookshop, any book fair or any exposition about Algerian literature, surely you will find a numerous collection of Albert Camus' works, representing the  French language. However, his writings are written in French - as well as I myself did read them in French-, Camus' every work is … Continue reading An Algerian Bookshelf: Albert Camus