An analysis of Harold Pinter's 'The Homecoming' with particular attention to the glass of water scene.
A theoretical approach to Carroll's eccentric novel.
While not exactly of the Gothic genre, Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre is nonetheless a novel rich in Gothic themes.
This is the second in a two-part series examining Frodo, Aragorn, and Gandalf as Christ figures. In this installment, the characters are examined as prophet, priest, and king.
This is the finale of the 5-part series exploring Charlotte Brontë's use of abnormal psychology. "Villette" is a novel of intense emotion, portrayed accurately by Brontë. Best read in order.
This is the third in a 5-part series. Part III looks at the use of abnormal psychology in Charlotte Brontë's "Jane Eyre". It is advised that you Parts I & II for context and background.
An examination of the ways in which magical realism can destabilize dominant ideologies, through the analysis of works such as One Hundred Years of Solitude, Green Grass, Running Water, and Beloved.
In this essay, Cabucos analyses John Marden's and Shaun Tan's visual text 'The Rabbits' in the eyes of poststructuralism and postcolonialism critical theories. Good for term paper.
Symbols and literature are two things strongly connected with each other. However, a text is so much more than the words on the paper! This article explores the symbol in literature in more depth.
The four types of criticism for writers and what they mean. Why authors like J.K. Rowling and Stephen King would fail without negative feedback.