We are taking a look at The Picture of Dorian Gray today because it’s a little creepy, a little weird, and really, really good.
A beautiful fall poem by Emily Bronte.
Giving an update on how things in the blogging world are going for me!
We are beginning our journey into “Idylls of the King” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson with the first section: “The Coming of Arthur.”
Background information on “Idylls of the King” before we take a dive, piece-by-piece, over the next week.
What is kairos? And what does it mean for persuasion?
I take a look at Stephen King’s “The Dead Zone,” because it’s just a fantastic novel.
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!