DEARBORN, Mich. (PRWEB) April 08, 2013
Extraordinary philosopher and author Alkawther Makki demonstrates her far-reaching imagination and stresses her incentives for promoting a magnificently ethical humanity in her book, Unspoken Revivalism. It is a powerful literary tool which contains a collection of eloquent and thought-provoking literary pieces that would teach important lessons, spur a scenario and aspire knowledge.
In this revealing book, the author provokes a new, unsurpassed thrilling form of poetry filled with grand illustrations to enthrall and stimulate readers’ thoughts and imagination. Readers will find a rich pageantry of poems, proverbs, vindications, and assertions that each contains a plethora of figurative language they are going to identify—and also enfolds interesting subjects to criticize, oppose, contradict, or defend; diverse scenarios to analyze; various characters to understand; and different emotions to deal with. Alkawther Makki’s overpowering theoretical definitions, statements and quotes exemplify her work ethic. The vignettes in this compilation are memoirs where Alkawther Makki emphasizes intense feelings of emotions in various themes. This book exemplifies the feeling and thoughts echoing within the author’s heart and mind.
Outfitted with a student-teacher’s guide to scrupulously study and analyze each piece in this literary assemblage, the book is designed for youth, students, teachers, and any person who pursues formal or self education—a dependable instrument packed with wisdom, amusement and morals.
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Unspoken Revivalism * by Alkawther Makki
Publication Date: February 5, 2013
Picture Book; $62.49; 152 pages; 978-1-4691-9935-1
Picture Book Hardcover; $66.99; 152 pages; 978-1-4691-9936-8
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