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A Playwright and a Look Back in the Beauty of English Literature

Thomas LePera sets the stage for contemporary 16th Century prose


English is a beautiful language. It is closely intertwined with history and the evolution of civilization. Throughout time, this language has gifted us with novels that helped shape culture and contemporary literature. The Sixteenth Century or Renaissance Period was the golden age for arts, literature, and politics. This period in history has gifted humanity with the classics like “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare and “Paradise Lost” by John Milton, as some of the most notable and historical novels. Unfortunately, the advancement of civilization and development in technology had also ushered in an era wherein the English language is undervalued. The classic art of prose had lost its place, and sadly, more and more students fail in English every year.
This is exactly what compelled a playwright, who has an innate affinity for the English language, to come forward and reignite the interest of the people of this generation for English. In his book, “What Though Aches Pitying Me,” Thomas LePera will share some of his work to culminate his literary exploration and at the same time showcase the beauty of sixteenth-century prose.
The book is a compilation of his works. You will find yourself falling in love with the richness of LePera’s reservoir of words and the artfulness of classic English prose. The five titles within the book explore themes that are amusing and at the same time enlightening. LePera’s work can be compared to the great authors of the 16th Century, and the touch of contemporary literature sets it apart, making it an exciting read. His works are also infused with a tasteful amount of humor. Above all, its best feature is the fact that the book can certainly be a study subject for English-related courses.
Enrich minds, explore the beauty within the premise of the language, and rekindle the interest of the generation in English. Grab a copy of the book now.
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What Though Aches Pitying Me
Author: Thomas LePera
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: February 2021
Book Genre: Literature
About the Author
The legacy of Thomas LePera is a literary exploration into contemporary prose. Indeed, it is a thorough study into 17th century idioms and verse and composition that we construct as wonderful prose. Some constructions may seem difficult at first but today we aren’t use to these verse sounds but the magic comes along when we do.
“Her Soigné” is a masterpiece of contemporary prose. Written as a single act play it examines scores of arguments against marriage and each rebuttal made by Claudius. Please be certain to read the Foreword. After all, it reveals the oldest argument notorious to mankind. And it will always be present among us forever.

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