“The Queer Feet” is the third story in the first book of Father Brown stories by G. K. Chesterton (1874-1936), entitled “The Innocence of Father Brown” (published in 1911).
Emily Dickinson's poem, "The Brain - is wider than the Sky," compares and contrasts the human brain with the sky, the sea, and God.
Whether or not one loves or hates the writing of Ernest Hemingway is never much of a consideration regarding his stature, as his stature as one of the finest of America's writers is cemented in history. The life of Earnest Hemingway was complex, and full of danger, intrigue, and adventure, just like his writing, the man was totally unique.
The Secret Garden is a story about a seemingly magical garden that has healing powers. The garden has been hidden for ten years when a young girl discovers it.
In "I measure every Grief I meet," the speaker examines the nature of human suffering. The poem is long by Dickinson standards, filling out a whopping ten quatrains.
Some of the best books that we know and teach today, have been banned at some point in history for political and moral reasons.
When Emily discovers she's a mermaid, a whole new underwater world opens up - a world of adventure, discovery, secrets and danger. Can Emily rescue her father, calm a raging sea monster and uncover the mystery of a magical ring?
A line-by-line analysis of the elements used by Robert Frost within his poem "After Apple Picking" that give it depth and meaning.
Emily Dickinson's American (innovative) sonnet reveals an attitude dramatized in the Shakespeare sonnets: the poet's confidence in her creation of a world of beauty that will last forever.
India has lost everything: her father's shop, her fiancé and her home. That changes when a stranger enters the picture and is in need of finding out about a watchmaker to fix his strange watch. With this compelling story, there is a lot going on to keep your interested.
There is a decision to be made. Which road to travel down, which path to take in life? Frost's thoughtful poem on free will and the choices it allows.
Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds is one of the not-so-popular songs of the Beatles yet it has gained recognition due to its meaning. Just in case you would want to know what the song may be telling its listeners, read the analysis.
"A story about a father and a son and mistaken identities and missed chances and vengeance…” with elements of justice, mythology, and questions about the truth in an upstate New York town on the brink of a winter storm.