Have you seen or heard of the new crayon art craze? Wondering how to make your own? Follow this tutorial to create beautiful melted crayon art in no time.
Blindness can occur at any age in almost anyone. Have you or someone you know been diagnosed with any level of blindness? Here is the support system you need.
Read about the terrifying ordeal of waking up to an active volcano erupting just outside your front door and how a town was sacrificed.A synopsis of a chapter in John McPhee's "Controlling Nature."
Louise Udall wrote a stunning biography of Helen Sekaquaptewa entitled "Me and Mine: The Life Story of Helen Sekaquaptewa." Take a deeper look into the Native American presence in an Anglo world.
Find out how Van Gogh brought not only the night's sky to life, but also his own life.
Michelangelo's brilliance shines through his masterpiece David. This is the story of how the amazing piece came to be built.
While sometimes a scary, daunting word, "love" can also be an exciting, amazing feeling. Shakespeare explored the varying concepts of love in "Midsummer Night's Dream." Read on for my full analysis of how love operates in Shakespeare's classic play.
Upon first meeting someone, most people act differently from their normal selves. This is also true for Sebastian and Viola in Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." How do their decisions affect them?
In "Reservation Blues," Sherman Alexie uses music to convey themes of racism, stereotypes, and poverty within American Indian communities throughout the country.
Zitkala Sa's "The Soft Hearted Sioux" narrates the life of a young Sioux man who becomes a Christian and tries to live his life according to the Bible but has to overcome his family's beliefs.
A comparison and contrast between the works of Leslie Marmon Silko, Jane Johnson Schoolcraft, and Zitkala Sa on the traditional role of Native American woman in society and family settings.
This article contains a literary analysis of the notion of lovers in William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll House."
An analysis of William Faulkner's character Miss Emily in "A Rose for Emily."
A poetic analysis of Edna St. Vincent Millay’s sonnet “What lips my lips have kissed.” Poetry can be difficult to understand, but don't worry! Read on for my full analysis of this beautiful poem.