"The Yellow Wall-paper" is a profound short story written by Charlotte Perkins Gilman in 1892. Through the use of symbols, archetypes and myths, she creates a fictional narrative to expose reality.
This article discusses alternate titles, religious allusions, and who is the monster within Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
Similarities in Role and Persona of the Characters of Miss Havisham and Victor Frankenstein, As Well As Estella Havisham and the Creature Many similarities and comparisons can be drawn when analyzing the two works, Frankenstein; or, The Modern...
In today's review, I have a look at the latest offering from The Royal Shakespeare Company
The Great Gatsby is a purging of the deep, suppressed emotions felt by the poor and weak. The hatred, greed, and carelessness in this book is only a reflection of our society and ourselves.
This Animal Farm book review provides perfect examples of how fake news, propaganda, media control, politics, and religion each play a role in dismantling a free society and installing a Tyrant. Everyone should learn what George Orwell says about the making of a tyrant.
"Gloire de Dijon" is a poem written by D.H. Lawrence. This short essay explores the use of repetition in Lawrence's poetry which allows him express strong emotions and to create ambiguity.
This article will explore stories from the writers Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Jack London, and will compare themes that all three of these early 20th century writers have in common