The Canterbury Tales: Plot and Structure of the Work
The Canterbury Tales is an unfinished work in which Jeffrey Chaucer was working on until his untimely death. It is composed of some passages which are sometimes seen as controversial. It’s generally accepted that the text is divided into ten fragments, the first which begins with the General Prologue, and the last one ending with…
Business and Religion: A Risky Mistake?
The fundamental business principles still apply despite dynamically evolving technical generation. How often have we heard “Don’t mix religion with politics or business?” It’s advice freely expressed and usually followed across the full spectrum of business and industry for generations. But the mixture is not always detrimental to success. A strategic approach to targeting a…
Religion and Spirituality
Religion and spirituality, whether practiced in an organized manner or individually, can play an important role in your host country and can be a telling glimpse into the country’s culture as a whole. You may find that religion is tightly woven into the fabric of your host country, or perhaps you may find that it…