The Great Gatsby By Francis Scott Fitzgerald

The World Literary community knows many writers with a tragic fate, who left the writing stage too early without having been given a chance to realize their full potential. Talented masters of the words died of loneliness, alcoholism, constant feeling of desperation, indifference, and lack of understanding. Each case like this attracts more and more … Read more

Character Comparison: Sherlock Holmes vs House MD

How far is Dr. Gregory House In House MD a more sensationalized resemblance of Sherlock Holmes of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle? The novel is set in the 19th century in 221B baker street, London and the Television Series is set in the 21st century in fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital located in New Jersey. The change … Read more

1001 Inventions And The Library Of Secrets 

Questions: Who are the well-regarded Muslim inventors? Give a short biography of each inventor? What is/are their known inventions? How their inventions benefit Human Society? Al-JazariBadi’ al-Zaman Abu-‘Izz Ibn Isma’il Ibn al-Razzaz al-Jazari was born in 1136 CE at cizre, Artuqid State during the Islamic Golden Age and lived in Turkey. He was an engineer … Read more

Mental Illness In "Yellow Wallpaper" By Charlotte Perkins Gilman

‘Yellow Wallpaper’ by Charlotte Perkins Gilman Mental illness is an issue that is all too familiar. However, it is perturbing that a significant section of the society still experiences difficulty in accepting mental conditions. Mental illness currently represents a significant proportion of the global disease burden and is considered by physicians to be a common … Read more

The Drowned Cities

The Drowned cities written by Paolo Bacigalupi,This book is about a post-apocalyptic America.It has be destroyed by the destructive effects of climate change and conflict of politics.In this book it speaks of two main characters called Mahlia who is half Chinese,half American and Mouse who is saved by a Physician called Dr. Mahfouz.One day Dr. … Read more

Analysis Of The Book "James Henry Hammond And The Old South: A Design For Mastery"

Drew Gilpin Faust provided the final interpretation of the life of James Henry Hammond. As a little boy, Hammond’s father is very optimistic about him, Hammond is very optimistic about himself. Hammond is one of the richest growers in southern South Carolina. Hammond had great expectation of himself and his surroundings based on his ability. … Read more

The Image Of African American In "Dear Martin" By Nic Stone

“Dear Martin” is a first-person perspective about what it means to be a young African American in today’s era. Specifically, Stone explores topics such as microaggression as we watch Justyce’s classmates make racial jokes and accuse him of being “too sensitive”; white privilege, systemic racism, and white fragility all while racial profiling and the need … Read more

Life Of Pi: The Contrast Between Words And Visuals

Uniqueness is a struggle to find throughout literature, especially within recreations of previously published stories. Once a story is told, the originality begins to dissipate and the audience skews the story. Popular novels transforming into films can be altered as well. This is specifically noticeable in the critically acclaimed story, Life of Pi, originally written … Read more

The Dutch Wife

The Dutch Wife is a novel that touches upon the harsh realities of the Dutch and other religions during World War II while they struggle for survival against Hitler and his Nazi army. The novel focuses on the story of Marijke de Graaf as she is faces the challenge of either dying a slow death … Read more

ICB Style Analysis

Pages: 56-60: Diction:“I only remember Nancy’s Teddy bear staring at me” (Capote, 60). This quote was pronounced by two of Nancy Clutter’s dearest friends, Nancy Ewalt and Susan Kidwell after seeing Nancy’s corpse. This is an ideal example of diction from Truman Capote, however, is also an example of tone because it establishes an eerie … Read more

Active Men with Passive Voice in Kashmir

“Fiction as a form is much more truthful…” said Imre Kertesz I entered Kashmir in 1992 as a second lieutenant, just out of the Indian Military Academy. I was attached to an infantry unit in Kashmir for a year long experience in counter insurgency. Kashmir valley was then a complex cauldron of trust and faith … Read more

When The Mississippi Ran Backwards

When the Mississippi Ran Backwards: Empire, Intrigue, Murder, and the New Madrid Earthquakes was written by Jay Feldman. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Feldman was a part of a band during the time he attended Brooklyn College around 1963. Earned his Bachelor of Arts in speech and theater; moving from New York to California Feldman is … Read more

The Analysis Of The Novels "Pushing The Bear" & House Made Of Dawn" By Diane Glancy & N. Scott Momaday

Pushing the Bear and House Made of Dawn: Interpreting the Fragmented Works of Diane Glancy and N. Scott Momaday Diane Glancy and N. Scott Momaday are Native American authors who both apply fragmentation and multi-perspectivism in their works, Pushing the Bear: A Novel of the Trail of Tears and House Made of Dawn, respectively. These … Read more

"Wuthering Height" Analysis

Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights is regarded as the hottest stories of love, the most tragic and depressing, among the heroine of the story; Heathcliffe and Catherine Ehrenshaw. Katherine is the daughter of the good man; Mr. Ehrenshaw, who one day decides to enter into his family a new member to compensate for the loss of … Read more

Critical Literature Review Of "The Red Thread Zen" Written By Susan Murphy Roshi

The red thread Zen written by Susan Murphy Roshi talks about body, sexuality, passion, care, torn, dark, Mortal, laughter, hands and eyes, the teisho of the actual body. According to Amazon.com.au. The red (or ‘vermilion’) thread originally connoted the color of the silk undergarments courtesans were obliged to wear. Most spiritual traditions do their best … Read more

Concept of Revenge in Paper Town

Revenge is the punishment of the pain, consequences of pain or violation of duty. There are few factors that lead to encouragement of revenging others like breaking trust in any kind of relationships, lack of individual satisfaction and angry behavior. Trust can be related with relationships as trust is built through connection, consistency, and follow … Read more

Analysis Of Christopher Alexander’s Book “The Timeless Way Of Building”

“Architecture should speak of its time and place but yearn for timelessness”. (Frank Ghery) One of the most interesting treatise of Christopher Alexander is “The Timeless way of Building” that was first published in 1979. The author of the book Christopher Alexander himself is an architect. Besides an architect, he is a lover of mathematics … Read more

Book Review:The Giver by Lois Lowry

Veronica Martinez 02/01/2018 The Giver by Lois Lowry In the book the giver the people in this world do not see color. They don’t know music. They do not know about death. They are told that the people that are release go to a different community. People believe that they spend their lives in that … Read more

Quotes From Heart Of Darkness

Foreshadowing“I did not see the real significance of that wreck at once… Certainly the affair was too stupid… to be altogether natural…” (p. 88)This quote portrays foreshadowing because it is evident that the wrecking of the steamer was not an accident. Since the reader now knows that this incident was intentional, it alludes to the … Read more

"To Kill A Mockingbird" Review

In the novel, “To Kill A Mockingbird’ by Harper Lee, she conveys the idea that characters are a product of their environment. Throughout the book, it is continuously portrayed that the African Americans are part of the lowest class in society. This is mainly shown through Robert Ewell’s trial against Tom Robinson, as he wants … Read more

Analysis Of ‘My First Summer In The Sierra’ By John Muir

Around the mid-eighteen century, pastoral literature was popular in Europe, and the poets and author in this era try to depict the picture of rural life, involving people in nature. In contrast to the pastoral literature, the wilderness literature that appeared around the mid-nineteen century in America focuses more on a portrayal of nature that … Read more

"Blood Wedding" By Federico Garcia Lorca

In our interactive oral we discussed several themes that are depicted by Federico Garcia Lorca’s blood wedding. I developed a wider understanding of the cultural and contextual considerations of the work since other students brought to my attention the historical and cultural background of Spain the time of writing the play. Federico wrote blood wedding … Read more

Exploring the power dynamics of different characters in David Malouf’s book Remembering Babylon

In every relationship, there is always a power play between the different parties involved and that determines the influence they have on each other as well as the those surrounding them. In “Remembering Babylon”, David Malouf employs characterization in the opening chapters to develop the relationships between characters which in turn develop the storyline. In … Read more

Carvinalesque Interpretation Of Pantomime

Caribbean literature is a confluence of African, European and Indian cultures, languages and traditions. It emerged as a product of imperialism, indentureship and oppression and documents the internal conflicts of the writers as well as other postcolonial subjects. Derek Walcott was one of the prominent figures voicing the ethnic multiplicity and hybrid identity of the … Read more