The Burrow is one of the last stories written by Franz Kafka. In this article we will take a look at why it can be said to be one of his most emblematic works.
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...
A critical analysis of several short stories by Jorge Luis Borges exploring his use of the deconstruction method and his deconstruction of literature itself.
The Arabian Nights has been one of the most significant pieces of literature in the Islamic Culture that stretches from the Western up to the Southern Part of Asia. This literature is important and has influenced many different forms not only in the Islamic culture but also to the world.
“You’re a country boy, and all you know is that little patch up there in Mississippi where you started from; but that’s alright too.” -- Sherwood Anderson (Thompson). The only thing that could possibly be more detrimental to a writing...
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.
The short story is a warning that the security measures we may erect to keep us safe can isolate us and ultimately be a fatal trap.
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.
Jane Austen is a beloved author of Regency romance, but she's underrated. Boring, you say? Certainly not!
A critical review of Marcus Rediker's "Villains of All Nations"