PTSD is not new. Many experienced it in years past including Ernest Hemingway who expressed his pain and suffering in The Sun Also Rises.
From her birth in 1915 to her death in 2008, Tasha Tudor wrote and/or illustrated 100 children's books. But she lived in 1830. How can that be? Allow me to share with you her special story.
This essay takes a look at the impact of how improperly using abilities like love medicine can have adverse or unexpected effects.
First American woman Nobel laureate, Pearl Buck touched the hearts of generations. Her legacy lives as the East West Foundation and Pearl S. Buck International.
Esther Rothstein graduated from high school in 1933, the first in her immigrant family to do so.She would soon be looking for employment and beginning to make her own, new way in New York City. She never expected to meet her future husband in the way that occurred.
Nicholasa Mohr’s collection of short stories entitled In Nueva York focuses on the struggles of Puerto Rican immigrants that moved to New York in search of a better life.
John Steinbeck is easily one of the greatest writers from these not so United States of America that ever lived. His work captures absolutely timeless characters in the depravity of a world driven by human greed and the wealthy classes incapability...
An in-depth analysis of the principle characters in Alice Childress' Trouble in Mind based on their thoughts concerning race. The roles the characters play in Chaos in Belleville are examined as well in relation to their real life counterpart.
An analysis of The House on Mango Street and Soledad, novels by two of the most well-known Latina fiction writers are Sandra Cisneros and Angie Cruz. This essay explores the barrio and the importance of their environment.
Pecos Bill is everybody's favorite cowboy. And it seems his story has been told for years. However, there's more to the folk-hero cowboy who once lassoed a tornado. He may not have been a folklore.