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Biblio Analytic is a book review platform, where we review, discuss, analyse non-fiction and fiction literary works, review the backgrounds, related resources, additional material to make the reading experience complete and more fulfilling…
We our introducing Biblio Analytics book club, where we are going to combine fiction and non-fiction works on same subject and discuss how research of non-fiction work combined with abstraction of fiction-work creates deeper understanding of subject, as well as dive deep into the author’s creative mind and try to find hidden connections and references we may have missed otherwise.
We are also going to include reading suggestions on topics, tips on annotating and deeper understanding of subject, etc.
“I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.”
― Jorge Luis Borges
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Short about me…
Greeting to all bibliophiles, who enjoy reading as much as I do!
My name is Arevik, I am a PhD candidate in I/O Psychology, MBA and MS holder, who is simply using every awake second of life to learn and read and consider best time spending on breaking our mental limits.
Books, the bearers of knowledge, ideas, abstractions, feelings and structured/unstructured worlds, give us more than just feelings or dry knowledge.
Books enlighten us, keep and pass knowledge of generations, ensuring our existence.
Books, in any forms they come, are platforms to another worlds….
Being an avid non-fiction reader, extremely interested in history, geography, anthropology, developmental sciences, I do enjoy works of fictional literature, as they abstract the real objects to the point, where our untrained minds may not be able to abstract, hence giving alternative view and understanding of world. I do enjoy archaeological thrillers, high and urban fantasy, historical fiction.
In my book reviews, I do not only dive deep and analyse structure, validity, language, plot, characterization, but also connect fictional plots to real historical events ( if based on one, background, timeline and figures), find alternative works of same kind, try to suggest works of fiction/non-fiction that touch same subject, connect characters and storyline…
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_writing_genres Common genres: fiction Subsets of genres, known as common genres (or sub-genres), have developed from the types of genres in written expression. Classic – fiction that has become part of an accepted literary canon, widely taught in schools Crime/detective – fiction about a crime, how the criminal gets caught and serve time, and the repercussionsContinue reading “Genres”
Fictional works of literature definitely provide more emotional fulfillment than works of non-fiction. Basic brain functions of perception and abstraction are brought to their extreme values in works of fiction. Fictional works provide storyline and content based on imaginative plot, may be based on real historical events, however represent higher abstraction and speculation than researchedContinue reading “Fiction”
Non-fiction is my personal preference in reading. Due to lack of reading time, while working on PhD and having two jobs, I personally prefer reading actual/factual material which will provide an intellectual fulfillment. Fiction works, for me personally, provide mostly emotional fulfillment. Personal favorite subjects are: history, anthropology, geography, politics, education and psychology. According toContinue reading “Non-Fiction”
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