Read the horrifying truth about the "Yours, Mine & Ours" family from the 1968 and 2005 movies. Book review of Tom North's account of what really happened.
Take a new look at William Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily" using the New Critical Approach.
Popular short stories for students and teenagers. Great choices for those new to the short story or for experienced readers.
An analysis of the themes presented in "Good People" by David Foster Wallace, taking into account the author's own religious context.
Buried beneath the stream of consciousness sentence structure in Faulkner's Barn Burning is the story of a boy and the father he both loves and hates.
A review of the anonymous epic poem written between 700 and 1000 AD
American Poetry Whatever it is, it must have A stomach that can digest Rubber, coal, uranium, moons, poems. Like the shark, it contains a shoe. It must swim for miles through the desert Uttering cries that...
This essay aims to illuminate the first person point of view and its effect on the tone of the short story The Lake by Ray Bradbury.
(James Baldwin's) work reflects and reveals the raw humanness and unique character of the African American. It is also a sounding board for Baldwin's personal life experiences.
Sometimes, escaping one form of oppression means to yield to another. This short story is Rushdie's personal account of his family's struggle for acceptance and visibility within 50's England.