An exploration of the purpose of truth and lies in Kurt Vonnegut's novel, "Cat's Cradle" as they pertain to the made-up religion of Bokononism. The analysis is also relatable to the role of modern day religion and government in the lives of citizens.
Howard is the protagonist of Ayn Rand's novel The Fountainhead. He is an uncompromising architect whose rhetoric and artistic behavior is clearly inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. In the book, he serves as a champion for Ayn Rand's life philosophy...
A theoretical approach to Carroll's eccentric novel.
An analysis of the themes presented in "Good People" by David Foster Wallace, taking into account the author's own religious context.
On November 30, Mike Newell’s production of Great Expectations is opening in London cinemas. It is a fitting tribute to Charles Dickens, the “Inimitable” in the final months of his bicentenary. Though I have seen many screen and television...
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.
This article discusses the relationship between individuals and their worlds through T.S Eliot's poems, 'The Hollow Men' and 'Preludes.'
Take a new look at William Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily" using the New Critical Approach.
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 are almost human. Louis...
(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.