Fast Times at Ilium: The Glorious Lives & Deaths Homer’s IliadAcademia, Adventure, ancient mediterranean studies, Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, asia, asian studies, Blogging, comparative literature, Crete, Dissertation, education, English, essay, Europe, folklore, history, inspiration, Islamic History, literary nonfiction, literature, Middle East, Mizzou, Mythology, nonfiction, phd, philosophy, Poem, poet, Poetry, politics, recipe, Review, stream-of-consciousness, study abroad, the university of missouri, the writers life, Thesis, writingancient mediterranean studies, anthropologist, anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, classics, comparative literature, comparative studies, epic poetry, greece, greeks, hellas, homer, homeric, ilium, literary studies, literature, NaNoWriMo, novelist, poet, Poetry, poetry reading, trojan, troy, writing mistakes
Keeping with the dualistic nature of Epic literature to be a hero requires great tragedy. One must all at once bring and preserve life while taking it. Within this text, war is clearly demarcated as a symbol of achieving glory.
Where Are You Going? An Interview with Quo Vadis: On Journaling, Travel, and Memoir.Africa, interview, journaling, memoir, nonfiction, ON WRITING, poet, Poetry, Review, sketch, Sketching Sites, the writers life, Travel, travel writing, travelblog, travelblogger, traveler, writing
On the art of journaling, note taking, and recording the world around you. These are my favorite notebooks for daily musings and painting.
New York City and the Hunt for Turkish Shoes.#WisdomWednesday, Art, Backpacking, Blogging, City Guide, Culture, memoir, NYC, Review, Travel, travel writing, USA, writing
It was during my long and dusty sojourn in the Middle East, wandering collapsed, ruined villages, haggling through ancient markets that I first encountered the yemeni, or Turkish slipper. Now, i’m not the most fashion-driven or even fashionable guy, but the effortless, dare I say, timeless cool. Travelblogger and Novelist, Nicholas Andriani takes on fashion…