As the title says, this essay is a sketchy comparison of the some of the works of Edgar Allan Poe and H.P. Lovecraft.
Chaucer became the 'father of English literature' when he published his clever Canterbury Tales in vernacular English, the first English author to do so.
An analysis paper on the novel Into the Wild. This paper includes quotes with page numbers and a character investigation of Chris McCandless.
To those familiar with the Chronicles of Narnia, C.S. Lewis' novel Till We Have Faces A Myth Retold may come as a pleasant or even shocking surprise. This novel written for adults explores the dark side of love and fidelity.
A scholarly study focusing on the use of the African American vernacular during the Harlem Renaissance in Langston Hughes' poem "The Weary Blues" and Gwendolyn Brooks' poem "We Real Cool."
Wales, a part of the United Kingdom, is home to some great authors. Roald Dahl, Andrew Davies, and Dylan Thomas are famous Welsh writers whose classic works are filled with long-lasting beauty.
an analysis of the novel "Frankstein" using other myths and legends and quotes from the novel itself
Ernest Hemingway is one of the best known writers of the twentieth-century. During his life he wrote seven novels, and six collections of short stories; he is best known for his unique writing style of economy and understatement; also, he is known...
Analysis of Raymond's Run by Toni Cade Bambara with summary, themes and questions.
Ramayana, the oldest and most popular epic of Indian sub continent, was written by Valmiki. It was written in Sanskrit, one of the earliest Indo – European languages.