User:Cengime

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This user loves the music of
Ludwig van Beethoven.
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My name's Cal Engime. My main editing interests are classical and Renaissance subjects, as well as ensuring that fringe theories are covered in a manner consistent with Wikipedia policies, guidelines, and essays.

Pages I'd like to improve[edit]

  • Cicero — No explanation of Cicero's philosophy. "Influence" could use better secondary sources. About 2000 readers per day.
  • Shakespeare's sonnets — "Characters" section apparently written from personal knowledge with a few sources sought out in later years. About 800 readers per day.
  • The Bible and slavery — 100% OR. Painting can likely be found of a Bible scene with slaves. About 200 readers per day.
  • Austrian business cycle theory — Does not make adequate use of the most reliable sources. No illustrations. About 180 readers per day.
  • L'Ingénu — Although the lengthy French article about this book lacks sources, much can likely be supported by annotated editions. About 20 readers per day.
  • Molière authorship question — A partial translation by me that needs to be finished. About 5 readers per day.