HAMILCAR:Billions (Part 1)

It was early dawn, the sky was red and the wind was still humid from last night’s storm. Housemaid Bernadette gleefully hummed as she headed towards her master’s quarters. She had cooked her signature dish, Lobster Bisque de Homard, Monsieur … Continue reading

The roles of civilisation and barbarism in Medea

Civilisation is defined as “the stage of human social development and organisation which is considered advanced”. Barbarism is the “absence of culture and civilisation” or “extreme cruelty or brutality”. Medea, both the play and the novel, explore the roles of … Continue reading

Battle of Normandy

The Battle of Normandy was the largest amphibious invasion in history, which ended in the Allied liberation of Paris from Nazi control. The battle began on June 6, 1944, during what is known as  D-Day landings. Allied troops stormed five … Continue reading