Babar, Pippi Longstocking, Emil and the Detectives, Heidi, The Wonderful Adventures of Nils and even Asterix and Obelix or Tintin (comic books...
Rachel Elfassy Bitoun Feb 18, 2016
In a letter to his mother early in the war, war poet Wilfred Owen says, “Do you know what would...
kcecka Feb 3, 2016
In her novel Affinity (1999), Sarah Waters questions and rejects dominant Victorian gender ideology by giving a voice to the...
Morgan R. Muller Nov 4, 2015
The quandary that has constricted Simon Axler’s life is perplexing to the point of intellectual exhaustion. It isn’t as simple...
August Merz Jul 31, 2015
Jane Eyre is, pretty indisputably, Charlotte Bronte’s most popular novel. This hallmark of Victorian literature, published under the pseudonym Currer...
Rachel Watson Jul 4, 2015
A discussion on various forms of discrimination depicted in Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird
Amanda Dominguez-Chio Feb 26, 2015
A critique of utopias seen in popular culture and the immaterial impossibilities of attaining the majority of these utopian visions.
Peek 824545301 Feb 25, 2015
In Howl, Allen Ginsberg pursues the answers to humanity’s questions about liberation. What is liberation? How do we reach it?
Matt Phillips Feb 5, 2015
A comparison between a Palestinian and Israeli poet as their words weaves symbols of a mutual culture, opposition and contradiction.
Venus Echos Jan 31, 2015
An exploration into the differences in Juliet's and Mercutio's theories on love and eroticism in Shakespeare's tragedy.
ericespo7 Jan 22, 2015
An examination of William Wordsworth's Lucy Poems reveals the Romantic nature of domestic abuse.
Kristian Wilson Jan 20, 2015
Hollywood biopics and literary memoirs are becoming ever popular, but can we handle the truth?
Jessica M Farrugia Jan 14, 2015