Eminent poet Edmund Spenser (1552/1553 – 1599) lived during the Elizabethan era. His most famous work is The Faerie Queene, an epic poem with an allegorical
Gordon Macdonald was the governor of Newfoundland from 1946 to 1949. He played an important part for making Newfoundland part of Canada. Despite fierce opposition, he succeeded
The Ape-drunk, who leaps and sings and hollers The Lion-drunk, who is quarrelsome and rude The Swine-drunk, who is sleepy and lumpish The Sheep-drunk, wise
Mysterious Nothing! how shall I defineThy shapeless, baseless, placeless emptiness?Nor form, nor colour, sound, nor size is thine,Nor words nor fingers can thy voice express;But
In 1940, comedian Fred Allen (1894 – 1956), in his radio program, talked about a time he checked into a hotel in Philadelphia where the
I heard the following story from my topology professor. A renowned statistician was teaching a course in fundamental probability theory to a group of undergraduates.