John Dryden achieved no small feat in having the politically tumultuous period of the mid- to late-17th century now referred to – not without disputation, and admittedly only in literary circles, and admittedly not a great deal more these days – as the Age of Dryden. This phrase
My name is Julius but you can call me TJ.
I grew up down Jamaica way.
I run marathons so I know how to hump it.
I especially like to play a lot of jazz trumpet.
Love my music from swing to bop.
Will jam all night till the people say stop.
Jazz is the message of my desire
Blow baby blow whi
One of the most important Native American writers of the post-1968 generation, James Welch, to a large degree, established a genre. What he gave us was Native American Literature: literature unmistakably about Indian subjects, written by an Indian writer. His characters were never drawn from sensa