The Mortality Doctrine

The book, The Rule Of Thoughts was an amazing book. It was written by one of my favorite authors James Dashner. Dashner grew up in Austell, Georgia where he was one of six children in his family. He later went to Utah for college at Brigham Young University and started writing books that were for … Read more

Triple Decker Analysis Essay

TRIPLE DECKER is a proposed one-hour TV series. The tone blends drama with some comedy. The idea of an extended family all living in one “triple decker” home has merit. TV shows about families are popular and the concept of one family living under the same roof is a smart idea and a good setup … Read more

Moby Dick Outline

I. Herman Melville lived a long and interesting life that would affect not only his literary works of art, but also our society today. Many of his most notable novels would draw from his days at sea, and from his experiences as a result of those voyages. A. Herman Melville’s life was an intriguing one, … Read more

Bartleby, the Scrivener and The Tenant: Compare

Most everyone remembers a favorite story that he or she has read. A book that just captivated the reader from beginning to end. But how do authors successfully grab the attention of their readers? Authors utilize specific techniques to convey the characters, setting, and plot effectively. The two short stories Bartleby, the Scrivener by Herman … Read more

The Handmaid’s Tale and Anthem: Compare

The two novels, The Handmaid’s Tale and Anthem, are both haunting, first person tales of personal hardship in a closed and controlled society. In this essay I will point out many important similarities and differences between the two books, mainly the setting and the similarities between the two societies in which the stories take place, … Read more