This article will explore how Nathaniel Hawthorne uses Hester Prynne in the Scarlet Letter to promote an early version of feminism specifically regarding single motherhood.
Jane's constant objectification throughout Jane Eyre is hugely important to her character development and the novel itself.
Most scholars agree that Mary Shelley drew great inspiration from the Jewish Golem in her creation of Frankenstein's monster. This article compares the two stories in terms of how religion affected the differences between the two.
This article explores the scene in Jane Eyre in which Mr. Rochester cross dresses as a gypsy.
The Old Burial Ground, located in Cambridge, MA, holds within its headstones a rich history of society, religion, and views concerning death from the 17th through 19th centuries.
Anne Bronte employs the use of physiognomy throughout Agnes Grey in order to further character development.
This article compares the portrayal of Long John Silver in Treasure Island and in Treasure Planet, exploring his character as both a father figure and a villain.
What exactly was the meaning of Lewis Carroll's poem "The Jabberwocky," and why did he include it in Alice in Wonderland? Read to find out!
The Holocaust tore families apart in many ways. This article examines the evolution of relationships between mothers and their children during the Holocaust.
When closely analyzed, many characters in Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland exhibit mental illnesses. Was this a conscious decision? If so, why did Carroll do this? Continue reading to find out!
Night, written by Elie Wiesel, is one of the most famous pieces of Holocaust literature. The story focuses on more than just the Holocaust, however - it is also centered around Wiesel's father.
Was Alice in Wonderland one of your favorite childhood stories? Read on to learn more about Carroll's use of animals throughout the book!
Visiting Boston? Or just looking to find some new, vegan-friendly restaurants in your area? Look no further!
So you want to visit Israel? Here are the "must-see" sites that will make you fall in love with the country!