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  • There are good authors and then there are great authors. These are the greatest writers to have ever graced the page with the swipe of a pen.

    10 of the Best Authors in Literature

    10 of the Best Authors in Literature

    by Matt Zamudio3

  • Sylvia Plath's pregnancy poem "You're" is full of powerful imagery and metaphors. Her sensitive, creative nature comes out in this two stanza poem.

    Analysis of Poem "You're" by Sylvia Plath

    Analysis of Poem "You're" by Sylvia Plath

    by Andrew Spacey0

  • Stephen King really outdid himself with his Opus, the Dark Tower series. Once you read a few pages of Book 2, you will not be able to stop. The first book lays the groundwork, but don't skip it!

    The Dark Tower Series by Stephen King

    The Dark Tower Series by Stephen King

    by Jean Bakula28

  • Annabel Lee is one of Poe's best known poems. The theme is loss of love based on the death of a beautiful maiden, narrated in first person by the speaker. Haunting, dark and gothic.

    Analysis of Poem

    Analysis of Poem "Annabel Lee" by Edgar Allan Poe

    by Andrew Spacey0

  • An in-depth analysis of Shakespeare's Sonnet # 73, focusing on the tone, imagery, diction, and poetic merits of the beautiful poem "That Time of the Year..."

    Analysing William Shakespeare's Sonnet 73

    Analysing William Shakespeare's Sonnet 73

    by Monami0

  • A detailed psychological study of the Boss's character in Katherine Mansfield's story "The Fly," in context of the anxieties and despair of post-war England and its psychological implications.

    The Boss in Katherine Mansfield's "The Fly"

    The Boss in Katherine Mansfield's "The Fly"

    by Monami0

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