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    Philip Roth’s Literary “In-Laws”: From Kafka to Kundera

      Philip Roth can be called a miracle in the contemporary American literary world. His works are numerous and he has won numerous awards. He is known as “a living myth of literature”. In 2005, Ross became the third writer whose works were published in a comprehensive and conclusive edition by the American Library while he was still alive. Philip Roth is an anomaly in the contemporary world of literature. As a leader among the second generation of immigrant writers, he has won the attention of the world with his ever-changing, staggering style and mixed reviews. The most dramatic thing was when the winner of the 2011 Man Booker International Prize…

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    Spiritual Interpretation of Megalithic Architecture

      The exquisite calculation of the Feathered Serpent Temple   In the ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza in northeastern Mexico, there is a pyramid named after the Feathered Serpent God “Kukulkan”. “Kukulkan” means “feathered snake god” in Mayan language. It is a god worshiped by the Mayans and a symbol of good weather.   The Pyramid of Kukulkan was built to worship the main god of Chichen Itza. It covers an area of ​​about 3,000 square meters and consists of the tower body and the temple. It is about 30 meters high. The platform base is 55.5 meters long on each side, with a total of 9 floors, gradually narrowing upwards to…

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    Get rid of the occupied state of mind

      The “modern Japanese thought” involved in this book focuses on the historical background from the second half of the 19th century to the first half of the 20th century, with the Perry Knocking Incident in 1853 as the fuse, the Meiji Restoration in 1868, and 1945 Japan declared its surrender in World War II.   Although the time span is only a hundred years, for Japan, it was a period of involvement in the world market, the influx of enlightenment thoughts, the emergence of intellectuals, the establishment of a modern country, and the pursuit of becoming “the Japan of the world”. This Japan finally took the wrong path of fascism, ended…

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    Person being played

      In 1938, historian John Huizinga proposed the concept of “Homo Ludens” (Homo Ludens) to illustrate the distinction between humans and animals. In an age of optimism, humans were once called Homo Sapiens (Homo Sapiens). In the 20th century when Huizinga lived, people gradually discovered that they did not advocate rationality as much as they did during the Enlightenment, and the concept of “Homo Faber” (Homo Faber) came into being. But Huizinga thinks that “people who play games” may be more appropriate, otherwise, how can we explain that we can have fun in games?   Psychologist Mihari Hiszantmihaj came to a similar conclusion in 1975, when he found that “increased creative achievement…

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    Is the new American bomber coming?

      Recently, the US Northrop Grumman announced that it will officially launch the B-21 Raider bomber in early December as the core of the next-generation US Air Force’s strategic deterrent force. Grumman chiefs declared that the B-21 was the most advanced military aircraft ever built, a product of groundbreaking innovation and technological excellence. As a leader in strategic bombers, the B-21 is regarded as a true sixth-generation strategic bomber. Of course, every generation of strategic bombers in the United States can be said to have established the standard of this category-whether it is the B-52 bomber that may have been in service for a century, or the first generation of stealth…

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    Matthew Perry’s bad past

      Three weeks before he became nationally and internationally famous as the “Friends” character Chandler Bing, little-known young actor Matthew Perry was living in his cubicle, enviously reading an article about the famous Charlie Sheen’s report, that report said Charlie Sheen was in big trouble. What was this trouble, thought Matthew Perry, to a man so famous? He also prayed to God: “Whatever you do to me, as long as I am famous.” Many years later, after becoming famous, he also experienced a series of problems such as emotional injuries, career bottlenecks, drug addiction, alcoholism, etc., and walked away before the gate of hell After several times, Matthew fully felt the…

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    How strong is the air conditioner in this World Cup

       The 2022 Qatar World Cup is the first time in the history of the World Cup to enter the Middle East, and it will be held at the end of the year for an unprecedented time. The local winter is not too cool. Simulations by the University of Nottingham predict that in a crowded stadium, the temperature of the auditorium can reach 35°C to 37°C, and the central temperature may even reach 42°C. Far beyond the comfortable temperature range recommended by FIFA: 20°C to 25.5°C.    How to do? Qatar waved his hand and turned on the air conditioner!   Reduce direct sunlight In the    past World Cup, in…

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    After 29 years of ups and downs, he finally became the prime minister of Malaysia

      After five days of political stalemate, what was described as Malaysia’s “most acrimonious ever” general election came to a close on Nov. Tenth Prime Minister. Anwar served as the deputy prime minister of Malaysia in 1993, but his political career has been full of ups and downs since then, and he finally took 29 years to complete the “last step” of becoming prime minister and reach the peak of power.    Anwar was born in a county called Bukit Mertajam in Penang State, Malaysia. His father, Rahman, was a politician who was a handyman. The grassroots political movement of the National Unity Organization (UMNO) is very enthusiastic. Anwar studied at…

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    NATO military aid to Ukraine is exhausted

      ”The amount of ammunition used by Ukraine in one day is one month or more of that in Afghanistan (war).” The New York Times reported on November 26, local time, citing Western officials that the Ukrainian army is using an astonishing number of artillery pieces. Some NATO Members have depleted their ammunition stockpiles and 20 of NATO’s 30 members are “very exhausted”.    The “New York Times” stated that after the disintegration of the Soviet Union, European countries seized the “peace dividend” and drastically cut defense budgets, military sizes, and arsenals. The West believes that there will be no more artillery and tank wars in Europe, so it has reduced…

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