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Hills like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway

The short story Hills like White Elephants was written by Ernest Hemmingway in 1927. Although the story is short, it is full of characteristics, which are peculiar to Hemingway’s personal style of writing. Hills like White Elephants was, is, and will be studied by literary critics and other researchers because it is a unique story […]

The Picture of Dorian Grey

The Picture of Dorian Gray’s Attitudes Toward Sexuality in the Context of Specific Attitudes or Debates from the Late 19th Century The Picture of Dorian Grey can be considered as one of the most intriguing and one of the most eccentric books in the history of world’s literature. Discussions and debates around it and its […]

“Save Me from My Friends”, J. F. Kennedy Pleaded

The killing of US President J. F. Kennedy at the hands of Lee Harvey Oswald on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, had been one of the most debated topics in US history. The real reasons and culprits are unknown hitherto. Many conspiracy theories have been evolved regarding the event consequently. The witnesses state that at […]

The Impact of Movies Regarding Criminal Justice in America

In the world we live in criminal justice becomes a myth, despite statistics of the decreased criminal situation, murders, and crimes. In real-world, the state of affairs is so far from expectations. In order to demonstrate the difference between cruel reality and myths about justice, this paper will reflect the discussion of two movies. They […]

Antigone and The Cid

Antigone is the third one of three Theban plays tragedies written by Sophocles. This tragedy belongs to the Greek literature. On the other hand, The Cid is a tragicomedy written by Pierre Corneille. It is an example of the French literature. Despite the fact that both of these literary pieces belong to different time-periods and […]

Confronting without Offending: Positive and Practical Steps to Resolving Conflict

It is obvious that in an environment where there are people, there are always misunderstandings and disagreements. Deborah Smith Pegues in her book Confronting without Offending: Positive and Practical Steps to Resolving Conflict, tried to use biblical approaches to conflicts, analyzed her own experiences and conducted research in an effort to explain what solutions people […]

“A Rose for Emily” by William Faulkner

Plot Summary There are five sections in the story. Section I describes the time of Emily Grierson’s death and how the whole town attended the funeral in her home, a home, which had not been entered by a stranger for a period of more than 10 years. The town’s previous mayor colonel Sartoris suspended Emily’s […]

The Issue of Madness in Hamlet: Feigned Sickness and Real Disease

The topic of madness is one of the central issues in the play entitled Hamlet. Its presence adds a dramatic effect to the general impression. The Shakespearian play depicts two kinds of insanity: the one experienced by a woman, and the other one of a man. However, these two mental problems have different roots and […]

Book Review: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a sequel of the famous novel about Tom Sawyer written by the American writer Mark Twain. The book transfers readers to the antebellum world of Tom Sawyer and his weird adventures. The author first published this novel in 1884 in Canada and the United Kingdom (Adams, Oliver & Twain, […]

Masculinity in “The Shadow of the Wind”

In 2001, Spanish writer Carlos Ruiz Zafón published his first novel “The Shadow of the Wind” that quickly became an international bestseller and gained a wide readership. The story dwells on a ten-year-old boy, Daniel Sempere, who gets positively enchanted with the eponymous book by the unknown writer Julian Carax. In the best traditions of […]