From Austen to Poe, Dickens to Doyle: A Book Lover’s Guide to Spotify


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Famous Paintings Video by The Gentleman Scholar!

What Would Byron Do? WWBD Mug

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Oxbridge Publishers – Friend of the Gentleman Scholar

Oxbridge Publishers

We are currently reviewing manuscripts for online publishing. If you have a manuscript that you would like us to consider, please complete the form below. If accepted, your bio and an excerpt from your book will be published on four websites (including the popular, press releases will be sent regarding your novel, and your book will be available for purchase online (hardback or e-book). To market your work, customized apparel and accessories will also be available for fans. This site will also contain a review section. Every month, the top selling author will be be highlighted. This honor can include your bio and book being displayed on the homepage, live chats with fans, or a video of you discussing your book. The first 50 authors will receive a special introductory offer. Please contact us for the details. This is the perfect opportunity to build a fan base before approaching Random House or HarperCollins.

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Famous Libraries Video

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In ancient Greece, a sumposion was an aristocratic banquet where men discussed philosophical and political issues and recited poetry. It began as a warrior feast and rooms were designed specifically for the proceedings. The participants (all male aristocrats) wore garlands and reclined on couches while slave boys served them wine. Prayers opened and closed the meetings; sessions sometimes ended with a procession in the streets. In Plato’s Symposium, Socrates, Aristophanes, Alcibiades, and others discuss the nature of love.

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This blog in an extension of the Gentleman Scholar website Please visit the site to discuss literature in the symposium, to view pictures of famous libraries, to search for books in our online library, to read book, theatre, and art reviews, to discuss politics with English Lords, to check out what literary events are happening in NYC, and to help promote literacy.