Joined 4 years ago from Norway
Literature nerd, masters degree in English literature and notorious reader of fiction since age 6.
So it goes.
4 years ago
"Hobomok" and "The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish" - A reflection of L. M. Child and J. F. Cooper's Reasons to Explore the 17th Century Puritans.These novels are both related to early American settlement and the Puritans that lived there, living both in harmony with and in quarrel with the natives.
4 years ago
The notion of God as the creator and the centre of faith has prevailed through time as a thing that is not to be questioned. This article examines the relationship between Creator and Creation in two Victorian works: Shelley's "Frankenstein" and Brown's "Caliban Upon Setebos".
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