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.
Thomas Hardy is known as the author of a series of lengthy novels, which are not always an easy read. However, he also wrote a considerable number of short stories which modern readers might find more approachable. Here is an account of a particularly brief short story.
A critical review of Marcus Rediker's "Villains of All Nations"
This article briefly explores T.s Eliot's poems 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Pruflock', 'Rhapsody on a Windy Night' and 'The Journey of the Magi.'
The Summary of the 'Silver lining' a piece of literary by Chaman Nahal, is one of his experiences during his stay at a private guest-house in one of the hill resorts. His story ends with a happy...
Take a new look at William Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily" using the New Critical Approach.
(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.
People believe good readers are those who can read anything that comes their way, can read fast, read much and read well, or have a set of preferences developed over a period of time with reading experiences. But they often miss out on one of the...
Arabian Nights (or 1001 Nights, as they are more known in non-English speaking countries) inspire children and adults for many generations. Part of its charm comes from its interesting history.
An analysis of the themes presented in "Good People" by David Foster Wallace, taking into account the author's own religious context.