A short story I wrote about living up to your potential…or suffering the consequences.
Epic poetry can be dense, but understanding it doesn’t have to be! Join us today to learn about epic poems before the end of poetry month!
Figurative and sensory language help our poems come alive. Join us today as we figure out a few ways to make that happen in your own poems!
We continue poetry month by looking at a few conventional elements of poetry. Join us to learn a few things about the form!
I wanted to get around to looking at a Roald Dahl short story, so join me for today’s post as we examine “Lamb to the Slaughter.”
Today we look at Richard Wright, author of “Black Boy.”
Continuing to look at the literary realist movement today by looking at Jack London’s “To Build a Fire.”
I love me some Jonathan Swift, so the last few posts have been focused on his life and writings, and this one is no different, as we are going to be looking at the four-part prose piece Gulliver’s Travels.
I thought it would be fun to write about the books that influenced me when I was younger (and I’m bound to miss a few or organize them incorrectly, but oh well!)
Zola was a French novelist and critic who was certainly politically minded and was a naturalist thinker.