Literature

The Price of the Dream

            Since its publication in 1949, Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman has sparked...

May 3 · 5 min read >

The Prey of Pessimism

            The expanse of land stops abruptly, as though an omnipotent hand tore the...

May 3 · 3 min read >

Triumph Through Trembling

            In 1950s Harlem, biblical language seemed to be inextricably intertwined with African American...

May 3 · 4 min read >

Reconciling Morality with Slavery in Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

When recalling and recapturing the evils of the transatlantic slave trade, much attention is paid to the physical suffering...

Mar 17 · 2 min read >

Occupations of Women in Historical Literature

“Women’s literature,” though a controversial epithet, nevertheless tends to deal chiefly with the status of women when compared to...

Dec 29 · 5 min read >

Dead Weight

 Oh, how I long to revisit the days of my youth just so I could wholeheartedly thank my childhood...

Jun 7 · 4 min read >

Promise

He sat at the back of the crowded tram, out of view and out of mind. No one looked...

May 11 · 2 min read >
clouds

She

It woke in the dark of night. The sky above was shrouded in a curtain of black and the...

May 11 · 8 min read >

Vanilla

They sat on the bed together; she hugging a pillow and sleepily swaying softly, and he leisurely head tilted...

May 11 · 1 min read >