Erwin Cabucos writes an annotated list of works of fiction relevant to the theory of post-structuralism and multiculturalism
Mexicans are one of the most neglected people in the American social fabric. Many of its smart and influential people have tried effecting positive change to instill a new image. Mexicans Begin Jumping is one such attempt to stir the consensus and shake the system. The rest is for you to find out...
This article explores ideas such as whether Marlow was a hero, why he had lied to Kurtz's intended, and what the role of the Intended is within The Heart of Darkness.
Sarty displays maturity when he finally stands up for justice and truth by going against his father.
A review of Geoffrey Chaucer's prose and poetic work written near the end of the 14th Century
The freedom to choose is one of the, if not, greatest gifts of and for man. Free agency and free will is considered by the Holy Writ as the product of the Savior’s atonement for the sins of man. While man enjoys this greatest gift, he however, has no control over the consequences of his choices.
Part II of the two-part hub series examines how three characters from The Exorcist embody the differing ideologies discussed in Part I.
Gabriel, the preacher/patriarch of James Baldwin's"Go Tell it on the Mountain" is a messenger of God but he's no angel. The esteemed J-List honors him as it's favorite fictional character.
The Song of Roland is believed to have been a mix of fact and fiction. The story revolves around a knight named Roland who was regarded as one of the best military officers of Emperor Charlemagne in 778. Was the work exaggerated to sensationalize Roland and his exploits or was it factual? Read on.
While religion offers the opportunity to commune with deity and become a devout follower and servant for others, it can also corrupt people into becoming the very opposite of what they are intended to become. See how such could happen and comment your opinion about the case.