An adventure in Ancient Rome

★★★★★ I was disappointed in a positive way when I read the Forbes article "‘Assassins Creed Odyssey’ Is The Perfect Non-Animal Crossing Lockdown Game" (read here), because it said everything that I wanted to say. The writer Paul Tussi literally stole the words from my mouth. Assassins Creed Odyssey is the game to play in… Continue reading An adventure in Ancient Rome

Lifestyle, Travel

Where “art” thou?

Despite being a non-art person there I was infront of the museum of art in Philadelphia. I know nothing about American history. None. I'm a bit illiterate in this regard. It's a bit understandable given that the Oxford history of India is so large and detailed I could never get the names or dates right.… Continue reading Where “art” thou?

Book and Film

The Scarlet Pimpernel – A viewpoint from empathy

"They seek him here, they seek him there, the Frenchies seek him everywhere". My most favorite film of all time, The Scarlet Pimpernel is important in understanding the turmoil and dynamics of human emotions. I see it not as a comedic artistic film full of exceptional 18th century diction and phrasal verbs, but as a… Continue reading The Scarlet Pimpernel – A viewpoint from empathy