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.
Maya Angelou tells the story of the first seventeen years of her life in I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. A discussion of the novel with an interview video.
Edgar Allan Poe, American master of horror fiction, wrote short fiction and a novel that tried to trick readers into believing they were nonfiction. Some of his six hoaxes were very successful.
A scholarly study of the relationship between the socio-politics of race and gender with the literature of Ralph Ellison and Tenessee Williams during the post-WWII era.
Kurt Vonnegut was one of the finest and most innovative authors of fiction in the history of literature. His profound life experiences heavily influenced his writing; and one grows wiser for reading.
An analysis paper on the novel Into the Wild. This paper includes quotes with page numbers and a character investigation of Chris McCandless.
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.
The Truth of Fate Critical Analysis of “Oedipus the King” The journeys we as humans take over our lifetimes are all a matter of choices. As we age, our daily decisions shape the overall outcome of our...
Brush up on Objectivism because Seth Tomko reviews Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged.
David Swan written by Nathaniel Hawthorne drives home the truth that unexpected things cross our lives and we can be unaware of it if we are asleep yet followed by regularity..