Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Love declaration to Brian Griffin!!!

Brian Griffin from Family Guy is my favorite Television Character, it is funny to think that a dog is so witty, clever, imaginative and even a womaniser that is crazy about beautiful girls without any kind of luck, as a result, he ends up drinking too much alcohol. His relationship`with a little boy named Stewie Griffin is anything but peculiar, they are supposed to be inferior, yet they are much clever than any other character from the aforementioned television series. Stewie Griffin and Brian Griffin are so special that its friendship is something so remarkable that one only can see that television series because of these two characters. For instance, Stewie Griffin is sadistic, hates his mum, wants to conquer the world and has an incredible IQ albeit he is only some months old.   

Brian Griffin Family Guy
Brian Griffin

Even though Family Guy is lasting too much hence its jokes no longer are funny because if you compare them to previous chapters of Family Guy you have the feeling something has seen before I really think Brian Griffin is and will be one of the funniest television characters ever. Do you like Family Guy? Do you like Brian Griffin? Do share, rate and comment.

Sunday, 8 March 2015

The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer,

Inspired by famous pieces of writing such as The Decameron or One Thousand and One Nights, Geoffrey Chaucer wrote his last yet most important book The Canterbury Tales. It can be interesting to point out that Geoffrey Chaucer worked for Prince Lionel and his wife Elizabeth, third son of King Edward III, this is the reason we have details of his life. In 1387 after retirement Chaucer moved to Kent, he died subsequently in 1400 (he was 60 years old in theory). The Canterbury Tales was left unfinished. Under the coruscating writing style, poetic evocations, rich language underlies a mordant irony and sarcasm.  

The Canterbury Tales Chaucer
The Canterbury Tales Chaucer

Plot of The Canterbury Tales is as it follows; main protagonist of The Canterbury Tales goes to a tavern where he finds some pageants to whom he joins, each of these pageants will tell four stories of their own, the person who tells the best story will win a free dinner in the aforementioned tavern. Characters of any kind are seen in The Canterbury Tales. Irony, sarcasm o parody are mixed in a book that is in literature history by its own merits. The Canterbury Tales, Chaucer Have you read The Canterbury Tales?. Do share, rate, or comment.