An essay about how being too absorbed by one's physical appearance can cause one to be tricked by the beauty they see instead of seeing the person for who they are.
An in depth essay on Shakespeare's Sonnet 130 and how it breaks the rules of a sonnet in the sense that it looks at a woman's flaws and finds beauty in her imperfections.
Sometimes you have a brief chance encounter with someone, but it makes a lasting impression. This story is about one of those times, the time I “almost met” Joe at a meetup.
Reading and Writing with Elliot I am not really sure where to start. Since there is not too great deal in pile up in my life or early days related to my past and development in writing. I guess I could focus more...
Using a structured approach to compare and contrast two or more poems gives you a better chance of gaining top grades. This article will help you understand the meaning of comparison and show you how to shape an essay...
Learn how the world may look like in 100 years, in terms of the environment, human society, and technologically.
An essay of two poems.
An essay discussing freedom and what it truly pertains to.
A critical essay looking at Zofloya, The Wrongs of Woman, and the poem Sappho and Phaon and how the rules men live by are acceptable, but when women try to live by the same rules it's scrutinized.