A summary of Home with an analysis of theme.
A theoretical approach to Carroll's eccentric novel.
A closer look at three of the most influential British poems from World War I: "Dead Man's Dump" by Rosenburg, "Dulce et Decorum Est" and "Disabled" by Wilfred Owen, when poetry and war collide.
Popular short stories for students and teenagers. Great choices for those new to the short story or for experienced readers.
A close reading of Nathaniel Hawthorne's short story that reveals another side to the hero, Robin.
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.
Briefly explores the history of the term "madness" and how scholars need to move beyond just using the phrase "mad woman in the attic." Posits that Antoinette successfully uses "madness" to her advantage by utilizing...
INTRODUCTION Hamlet's mind is a mind of extremes that senses corruption with physical acuteness. Within this mind of moral absolution, Hamlet takes upon himself the charge of providence given in the form of a ghost...
Buried beneath the stream of consciousness sentence structure in Faulkner's Barn Burning is the story of a boy and the father he both loves and hates.
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.