Japan's Perfect Mountain
The Leprechaun Legend Lives On
Forensic Science from the 19th Century to Henry Lee and O.J. Simpson
柯南與福爾摩斯的最佳幫手 —— 法醫
Is there any better escape than stories of improbable events or fantasy shows featuring dragons, wizards, or talking animals? This month, there is a world of myths and legends to explore with Analytical English . In “Japan’s Perfect Mountain,” read about a tale of beauty and immortality that offers one explanation of how Mt. Fuji got its name. You can also dive into one of the most well-known Celtic myths in “The Leprechaun Legend Lives On.” No longer confined to the shores of Ireland, fantastical stories of little men in green are now told across the globe. In “Figs: More than Just a Tasty Treat,”you’ll learn how this sweet treat found its way into religious tales of both sin and enlightenment. Finally, don’t get overwhelmed by all the legends associated with a blue gemstone in “Aquamarine: A Closer Look at a Stone That Holds Sensational Powers.” Tales about this gem range from the ancient belief that this stone could appease the sea god to current theories on its meditative powers. Come immerse yourself in a world of storytelling with the March issue of Analytical English.