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1. Riddles: Where They Come From
November 06, 2013

What makes a riddle? Every day we hear people calling things riddles in the media, but they don't mention anything about chickens crossing roads. We also associate them with questions that involve puns: What kind of bears don't have teeth? Gummy bears. But the final The most technical definition of a riddle is any statement or question that has several meanings and demands an answer. Even though this is the most technical definition of the term it doesn't make it any more correct than the other uses, as they are all socially acceptable. This broad use of the term is somewhat new and traditiona... (read more)

Author: Justin Zablocki

2. Jane Austen's Riddles
November 02, 2013

A great English writer of the early 1800's, Jane Austen wrote many great novels we still discuss to this day. The thing that she is most well-known for is her critique of women's status in her time and their need to get married. The novels she is most well-known for are 'Pride and Prejudice', 'Mansfield Park', and 'Sense and Sensibility'. This variety of novels made her very successful during her time and she is still studied in classrooms everywhere. Although most people know her for her books she also had a very strong collection of poetry. A lot of her poetry came in the form of charades. E... (read more)

Author: Justin Zablocki

3. The Riddle of Riddle's Riddles
October 31, 2013

riddles page.">Why is a riddle a riddle? Nowadays we hear it thrown around all over the media when discussing the unknown in any regard. It's also common to hear it when referring to funny pun questions for kids: What time do you go to the dentist? You go at tooth-thirty. The final way we hear about it (the most accurate way) is when we hear any statement or question that has several meanings and is meant to be answered. None of these ways of using the word are really worse than any of the others, they are all culturally acceptable. But one of the definitions (the most accurate one) has roots ... (read more)

Author: Justin Zablocki

4. Why Stephen King's Riddles
October 29, 2013

Stephen King is the face of horror and suspense novels and has authored over 50 popular books to prove it. Throughout his career he has won almost every award a writer can receive and has achieved worldwide fame and success. His simple but effective writing style along with his hours of hard work he puts towards his writings each day, is attributed to his success. His novels had sold millions of copies and his books have been adapted into movies several time including Rose Red, Pet Cemetery, and The Shining. One fact that is less studies and noticed with regards to his works is the many riddle... (read more)

Author: Justin Zablocki

5. Poe, The Riddler
October 28, 2013

It is very hard to discuss American short stories, poetry, and more generally, literature, without mentioning Edgar Allan Poe. He was born in 1809 and lived to be a great author, editor, and poet. He only made it to the age of 40 and he lived during a slow and grim period for publishing in America, but he still managed to become well-known and make all of the money he needed solely off of his writings. This was impressive because he was the first well-known American to do this. People frequently give credit him with the accomplishment of starting the detective genre of fiction. In a few of his... (read more)

Author: Justin Zablocki

6. Improving Childhood Education Through Riddles
October 23, 2013

In a world where social media and networks are becoming increasingly important to subsequent generations, it is more important than ever to teach children in any way possible and to create bonds with them outside of the internet. One great way to achieve all of this that is being greatly neglected by almost everybody is riddles. Riddles are good for children in more ways than you may think. Better reading understanding: Literacy rates in the US are boasted to be around 99 percent, but reading comprehension is much harder to gauge precisely. Almost every person in the United States can rea... (read more)

Author: Justin Zablocki

7. Jeopardy! How Riddles Took Over Game Shows
October 21, 2013

Jeopardy, one of the best and longest running game shows of all time, has remained the most popular game-show for decades with its host Alex Trebek. In the game show the host gives the three contestants the answer to the question and the contestants have to give what the question would have been to lead to the answer. In essence, Alex Trebek gives the contestants a description of the answer, just like a riddle. An example question might be "TOPSY & SIMON LEGREE ARE BOTH CHARACTERS IN THIS BESTSELLING NOVEL". The answer to this riddle would be "WHAT IS 'UNCLE TOM'S CABIN'?" How has such an easy... (read more)

Author: Justin Zablocki

8. The Tree, the Forest, and the Sound
October 11, 2013

We all know this old famous question: If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a noise? This is one of the most identifiable riddles of our day. This riddle can be traced back to the June 1883 edition of a magazine called The Chautauquan. This riddle would later be stated again in Scientific America, who also corroborated the answer The Chautauquan listed. Many people in the academic community credit George Berkeley with this question because in one of his works he creates a similar situation. He was a prominent philosopher who is most well-known for his work... (read more)

Author: Justin Zablocki

9. Trying Easter Treasure Hunt by Riddles and Other Concepts for Easter Egg Scavenger Games: A Good Lo
October 11, 2013

The Easter season in most Western cultures has always been stood for by 3 things: bunnies, colorful eggs, and scavenger hunts. Kids always look forward to the day when they get to go on an egg search in their yards. To arrange such an occasion can be just as interesting. Here are some great ideas for your special scavenger quest such as an Easter treasure hunt with riddles or hints. The Easter Riddler Know that one popular incredibly villain who leaves riddles as clues to puzzle his adversaries? Well, you can use his tricks to have a fun treasure search. Plan beforehand where each egg wi... (read more)

Author: Rosalinda Hone

10. Riddles Are Good For Kids
October 08, 2013

We have all heard and enjoyed a good number of riddles from our peers, teachers, and parents. We have enjoyed these riddles so much for such a long time because whether we solve them on our own or have to read the solution, the entire experience is mentally enlightening. But regardless of the reasoning behind the enjoyment, we enjoy them and we have for almost as long as language has existed. Riddles are fun for the whole family, can bond families, and can improve our brains capacity to think logically. Many studies performed by universities have shown that riddles have many positive effe... (read more)

Author: Justin Zablocki

11. The Exeter Book's Riddles
October 05, 2013

An iconic piece of literature from the tenth century, the Exeter book, is a very important piece of literature that has been stored in the library of the Exeter Cathedral for about almost a thousand years. This book is so important because most of the literature from this time didn't survive, most of it being destroyed. The book contains a lot of poetry including ninety riddles that have been intensely studied and analyzed for years. The book and its content give us a lot of clues into the lives of people during this era with the very limited records available from this period of time. Th... (read more)

Author: Justin Zablocki

12. A Chicken and a Road
October 04, 2013

Why'd the chicken cross the road? This conundrum has been asked millions maybe billions of times since it was conceptualized by The Knickerbocker, a monthly magazine in New York city, in an issue from 1847. The riddle was published by Lewis Gaylord Clark's under his column the Editor's Table column. His column was one of the most important for the magazine. The most popular answer and the one featured in this original magazine is 'Because it wants to get on the other side!'. This riddle has been seen as a brand of anti-humor, in that the answer is not what would be expected. Although when you ... (read more)

Author: Justin Zablocki

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