Richard M. Trask (a.k.a. Rich, Richie, Dickie) is a renowned author, playwright, and scholar. He is a medievalist by education and vocation, and his book Beowulf and Judith: Two Heroes fetches two curtly ancient Old English epics vividly to life. And he is a writer by profession, thus The Complete Writer’s Guide: Questions of Language, a humanly funny book about that serious subject; also, three staged plays and a screenplay. You will experience so many emptions while reading his books. He understands very well how to express different emotions via his words. He holds Ph.D. in medieval studies (Old and Middle English language and literature) from the University of Illinois. He is Emeritus Professor of English, University System of Maryland. His work help you grasp knowledge that you can use in your everyday life. His numerous scholarly articles and professional-conference presentations comprise: “The Descent into Hell of The Exeter Book”; “Doomsday Imagery in the Old English Exodus”; “The Manciple’s Problem”; “Sir Gawain’s Unhappy Fault”; “Old Bottles, New Wine: The Re-Creation of Old English Poetry” and more.
He also loves to study the sciences. He also likes to write, play sports such as tennis, cycling/jogging). He also enjoys singing and acting. He has played and sung community theater roles such as creepy Bill Sikes in “Oliver,” the Pirate King in “Pirates of Penzance,” the Pirate King’s Lieutenant Samuel in another “Pirates Penzance,” the leading Sergeant of Police in that second “Pirates of Penzance. Other roles that are performed by him include a singing Secretary of the Interior in “Annie” (plus being Hobo No. 2 and an onstage ‘Sound and Effects Man’ in “Annie”!). He lives in Southport, North Carolina, with his wife (Karen); also, their dog (Woofie), and their cat (Zoomer). He believes that dogs and cats can make your better. You can also find his memoir that reflects his memories.
If you want to dive in the world of science, then you need to read “Cosmosis of Worlds” by Richard M. Trask. It is about an idea that is established on and maintained by quantum theory and cutting-edge cosmology. It comprises a rational and effective extension of established science. It is remarkable, intelligent sci-fi at a high level. It is developed in an everyday context, with detailed exposition, it throws light on seemingly insoluble questions such as Why are we alive at this moment in the run of the Universe? When it comes to one’s well-being, then one can take some inspiration from Richard M. Trask. He lives his life to the fullest.One can him a message, join his reader list, or ask him a general question by using a form that is available on the website.
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