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  1. I'm not limiting this to antagonists. Let's discuss anti-heroes, tragic heroes, and other characters from the darker side of the spectrum (and how they can act as antagonists in stories). And, since antagonists aren't necessarily characters, we can discuss interesting conflicts in books and other media. The antagonist could be a force or an institution. It could be an inner conflict. I'm fascinated by antagonists in literature. I'd love to know how many of you feel the same way. Abigail
  2. Hello everyone, I am preparing for publishing a biography of Lawrence of Arabia. There are many books on his life, but few of them are trustworthy. Some writers represented him as a superhuman hero, others made an anti-hero of him, but who was he in reality? He was a human - a loving and very unhappy human. My object was to show his complex personality and importance as a military leader. If you are interested in him, write me! I shall be happy to talk to you about this wonderful man! Moreover, if you need understanding and support, don't hesitate to write me. Best wishes, Olga, a gay writer and historian from Russia
  3. Our domains sallow turquoise cast holding the remains of their home, yearning for this new rule to last. The outlandish crowds of masses; diverged into frivolous class and once an impromptu dominion evolved into a commonwealth A pledge of liberty was born, a promise was sworn for every man a penny and for every child a toy and when you strive in greatness; indulge in pride, lest be coy.