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The Saint With the Dragon Tattoo by Alfred Garrotto
Stieg Larsson's worldwide bestselling "Dragon Tattoo" trilogy revealed one of the most fascinating female protagonists in recent fiction. In this art...
The Scarlet Contessa book review by ellen george
The Scarlet Contessa by Jeanne Kalogridis, ISBN: 978-0-312-36952-8, St. Martins Press, review by ellen george...
The Scoloderus Conspiracy by ellen george
The Scoloderus Conspiracy by D.A. (Dave) Blankinship, ISBN 1-58597-402-1, Leathers Publishing, review by ellen george...
The Second Virgin Birth book review by ellen george
The Second Virgin Birth by Tommy Taylor, ISBN: 1-4196-7150-2, BookSurge Publishing, review by ellen george...
The Short Story by Lakshmi Sharma
Observations on the form of the Short Story...
The Sonnets: All or Nothing at All? by Gene Gordon
A talk prepared for a Shakespeare seminar on a cruise to Hawaii....
The Spice Merchant's Daughter book review by ellen george
The Spice Merchant's Daughter by Fran Orenstein, ISBN: 978-1-61160-004-0, Whiskey Creek Press, review by ellen george...
The stigma of Self Publication by Ch'erie de Perrot
Who has felt it?...
The Tailor's Needle and Dickens by Lakshmi Sharma
How Dickens helped me write my novel....
The Third Peregrination book review by ellen george
The Third Peregrination by Edward C. Patterson, ISBN 978-1441456724, Dancaster Creative Writing, review by ellen george...
The Time for Gay Protagonists in Mainstream Mysteries Has Come by Bob Frey
Many advances have been in gay and lesbian rights, especially in the recent legalization of same-sex marriages in a growing number of states. Commerci...
The Turn of the Century by Julia Carlson by Doug Holder
Review by Irene Koronas...
The Unforgivable Celebration: Eating the Cattle of the Sun by Charlotte Spurrill
A commentary on a passage from Homer's Odyssey....
The Urban Fiction Craze by Alvin Romer
This is an assessment of the street fiction and the hip hop culture in literary circles...
The Way To Deconstruction in the movie “Truman Show” by Meva Onyurt
In this short essay,you will find an application of 'deconstruction' on the Hollywood movie Truman Show. People who watched this Jim Carry movie would...
The Whisperers a book review by ellen george
The Whisperers by John Connolly, ISBN: 978-1-4391-6519-1, Atria Books (Division of Simon & Shuster, Inc., review by ellen george...
The White Lady Murders book review by ellen george
The White Lady Murders by Wendy Pottocki, ISBN: 978-1-4257-8741-7, Xlibris Corporation, review by ellen george...
the Wit & Widsom of: installment No. 2 by Michael Guy
another series of quotes from my fall reading of classic writers... plus just one from myself (as quoted in my novel)...
The Wizard of Balalac book review by ellen george
The Wizard of Balalac, by Fran Orenstein, ISBN: 10-0982634420, Sleepytown Press, review by ellen george...
The Work by Kevin Hull
Just some thoughts, nothing special . . ....
The World is My Home by Jansen Estrup
A review of the memoir The World is My Home, by James A. Michener...
The Writer by Sandra Graham
Coping with the first--and second--negative review for you first book can be traumatizing to say the least. You can't give up no matter how depressed...
These Hands I Know: African-American Writers on Family- Edited by Afaa Michael Weaver by Doug Holder
A review of this new antholoy on the Black family....
Three Movies and A Book by WG Eggleton
Review of three movies and one book....
Thug Notes does Hamlet by Susan Smith
Thug notes gives an excellent summary and analysis of a classic in my opinion. It's a most effective teaching tool as the presentations get the main ...
To Edit or Not to Edit by Odyssey Reviews
Should or should you not get your book edited?...
Today's Alternative by SARA QUEST
This article was published in the May/June 2002 issue of Working Writer. It was taken from my "Alternative Writing" column at
Today's World At A Quick Glance by Larry Rahn
What has happened to our world?...
Translation and Teaching of English Literature in India by Sachin Ketkar
The paper that I read at the Oxford Conference, 2000 on Translation as a pedagogical tool to teach English language and literature...
Trickster Gods and the Quantum Muse: Creativity and the Multiverse by Ian Irvine (Hobson)
This is a link to the eighth article of Ian's popular series entitled 'Alchemy and the Imagination'. The subject matter this time is the relationsh...
True Notebooks by Mark Salzman. by Doug Holder
Book Review: True Notebooks...
Truth and Fiction In The Da Vinci Code by Norm Goldman
If you are one of the millions who enjoyed The Da Vinci Code, you may want to reconsider Dan Brown’s narrative in the light of its historical claims, ...
Two Essays on Australian Poetry - Ian Irvine by Ian Irvine (Hobson)
This link features two essays by Ian Irvine originally delivered at Australian literary and creative writing conferences in 2005-2006....
Tyger! Tyger! William Blake by Paul Williams
Another short essay on one of my favourite poets, much maligned and dismissed as eccentric in his own time, but who proved to be a visionary who would...
Tyra Banks I Want To Be America' Next Top Model by Linda Meckler
Have you ever become hooked on a televion series? What made the show so important?...
U is for Undertow book review by ellen george
U is for Undertow by Sue Grafton, ISBN 978-0-399-15597-0, Putnam's Sons, review by ellen george...
Premise - My Writing is CRAP! If true, then - some Crap is really BULL-CRAP. Other Crap is merely HOG-WASH ... Yet other Cr...
Understanding Aristotelian Tragedy by Meva Onyurt
This critical approach to Euripides' well-known tragedy Medea will show you the step-by-step understanding of how Aristotle would criticize it if he ...
UNHOLY CRAP by Tom Hyland
This may not be either Literal, nor Critical ... nevertheless, I picked this category just to be different. ...
Unspoken Thoughts by Suzie Palmer
October i wrote the Foreword to this wonderful poetry book by Akanksha Chaudhary ...
Up In Your Ear! by Allan Tyson
Movie review....
Dear Ad friends, I am asking for your help. I received a very offending message fronm an Ad member saying I am playing the race card regarding m...
Vicksburg (book review) by David Schwinghammer
Detailed account of Grant's siege of Vicksburg. ...
View Points by Richard Arrington
I posted this question on the authorsden Facebook page. I would like your views here about this issue also. ...
Washing The Stones by Linda Larson by Doug Holder
Review by Midwest Book Review Critic: Laurel Johnsom...
We Gotta Get Outta This Place by Brian Morrisey
Poetry is not for one, but for all......
What Fantasy Readers are Saying about Harbinger of Doom by Glenn G. Thater by Glenn Thater
Summary of Reviews of Harbinger of Doom:...
What Is Noir, Anyway? by Paul McGoran
Noir, the genre. If it makes you think of rain-slicked urban streets and private eyes in trench coats, well it's all that and much more. Dark and dan...
What is Proofreading About? by Izuchukwu Okorie
Proofreading - What is it about?...
What Others Say About Stephen Gill Poetry by Stephen Gill
Stephen Gillis self-avowedly a committed poet, who wishes to convey the message of harmonious co-existence to the strife-torn humanity and soothe its ...
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Literary Criticism Articles
  1. Analysis: The Mexican Swimmer
  2. Lee's and Morrison's New Works May Influen
  3. Heels and Other Clones
  4. The Language of Disintegration
  5. Published March 2011 OM Times
  6. Text and Meaning in Albert Camus' The Myth
  7. The World is My Home
  8. Social Positions and Affectation
  9. A Book Review is a Mirror in Another Write
  10. The Raj Novel
  11. Gaia's Gift by Fran Orenstein book review
  12. The Murder of King Tut by James Patterson
  13. The People's Treasure book review
  14. Language is Affected by Foreigner Novelist
  15. Run-on-rhyme
  16. Women's Fiction, Chick Lit, etc.
  17. Sex and Fiction
  18. The Tailor's Needle and Dickens
  19. Writings Bottom Line
  20. A Christmas Odyssey book review

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The heavens, we are taught, have always inspired awe, tradition, even salvation. Why? What did our ancestors see there?..  
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