Interview with J. Everett Prewitt, author of


Traumatized as a child after witnessing a hanging, the first black reporter at a Southern newspaper in the 1960's attempts to solve the mysterious abandonment of a small town, and the disappearance of fourteen townspeople. A gripping account of racial injustice and personal salvation.
Book Review: Dreaming in Hindi:
What it is happening when you are trying to learn another foreign language? What do we learn and what do we have to forget? Dreaming in Hindi is a fascinating journey across culture and brain connections.
"Snake Walkers" Author J. Everett Prewitt: BOOK REVIEW:
Traumatized as a child after witnessing a hanging, the first black reporter at a Southern newspaper in the 1960's attempts to solve the mysterious abandonment of a small town and the disappearance of fourteen townspeople. A gripping account of racial injustice and personal salvation.
Book Review of "American Muslims, The New Generation":
Book review "American Muslims, the new generation" By Asma Gull Hasan New York: Continuum, 2000. Pp. 200 About the author: As she has mentioned in the preface of her book she is an American Muslim from immigrant Pakistani parents who has born in Chicago.
Guide to Etiquette and Manners in Different Countries For Business and Students:
The book 'World Passport for Global Managers' has been written by world renowned management consultant Walter Vieira purposely to acclimatise those who keep moving or are inclined to move from place A to B or from one country to another for business, study or travel. With examples from everyday interactions, learn all important basics about the characteristic behavior, etiquette and manners used in day-to-day life by people in different countries.
Multicultural Life - Mexican-Americans Between Borders:
In the United States we have a very interesting thing happening. Many folks who are US Citizens have most of their family that is not living in Mexico. Along the US Borders are lots of towns where one part of the family lives on one side of the border and the other half of the family on the other, then the family members drive back and forth visiting each other. These multicultural issues are huge. In many cities there really are two languages Spanish and English.
How to Understand Antigone:
In Antigone, written by Sophocles, Antigone is a person who know's exactly who she is and where she comes from and will stand by that, to the very end. This story shows a different type of commitment, a kind so deep that ends up being more important than one's own life.
The Dilemma of Jessica in Shakespeare's Play - The Merchant of Venice:
Jessica in the daughter of a Jew named Shylock, in Shakespeare's-The Merchant of Venice. She rebels against her father's rules and ran away with a portion of his money. She would have fared better if she had remained with her father.
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