The epic poem Beowulf demonstrates in many ways what the ideal traits of a man should be: through Beowulf himself, through his allies, and through his enemies.
An examination of how references to Greek mythology are used in Terry Pratchett's Discworld series: specifically in Pyramids, Small Gods, The Last Hero and Wintersmith.
An analysis of the effectiveness of Antoinette LaFarge's article "The Bearded Lady and the Shaven Man: Mona Lisa, Meet Mona/Leo."
An exploration of how the various roles of citizens work in Shakespeare's Henry V. An answer to the ultimate question: "What is my nation?"
Cinderella is such an incredibly popular fairy-tale that many versions of it exist across cultures. A common, appealing core to these stories is the "replacement mother figure" in her many forms.
An analysis of the themes and ideological clashes in the 1973 horror classic: The Exorcist.