A poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins.
Today we look at Richard Wright, author of “Black Boy.”
Thomas Pynchon is a unique author who uses a complex writing style. He also has an interesting history worth checking out. So, join me for today’s post!
Today, we are taking a look at “epithets,” how they work, and the different kinds that exist out there.
The Great Vowel Shift sounds like some sort of cataclysmic event where the world suddenly split open and […]
Today we are going to look at some really long novels.
Author Ben Gohs submitted a piece about famous authors taking famous road trips. Give it read. There’s some crazy stuff in here.
We are finishing the week by doing a brief examination of the life and times of writer Stephen Crane who wrote “The Red Badge of Courage.”
Continuing to look at the literary realist movement today by looking at Jack London’s “To Build a Fire.”
We are continuing our dive into realism this week by showing what other kinds of works Realism writers were doing outside of overt description. Enjoy!