Literary Essays

Does Failure Make a Man?: Manhood in Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart, by Jessenia Gutierrez

 

More Than A Physical Guide: An Analysis of Dante’s Inferno, by Angelique Fletcher

 

Frankenstein_: Hurting Souls Have the Biggest Hearts, by Jorimar Marti

 

Emily Dickinson’s Poetry and the Revival of Hope, by Michaela Spoljaric

 

Loneliness and Hidden Beauty in Mary Shelley’s _Frankenstein_, by Mario Escobar

 

Searching for God and Self in Marjane Satrapi’s _Persepolis_, by Genaidaliz Claudio

 

Okonkwo’s Hypocrisy Makes Things Fall Apart, by Yousef Khalaf

 

Fragile and Strong: The Figure of the Child in _Persepolis_, by Alana Johns

 

Desperate for Attention: The Horror of Neglect in _Frankenstein_, by Marc-Joelitza Montgomery

 

Dante’s Journey to Joy, by Emmalee Bravo

 

Emily Dickinson’s Poetry and the Revival of Hope, by Michaela Spoljaric

 

Enslaved to a Ghost: Who is Beloved, and Are We Supposed to Know?, by Kyanie Vazquez

 

Danger From Within: A Study of Loneliness in Hannah Arendt’s _Eichmann in Jerusalem_, by Angelique Fletcher

 

Hard-Hearted: A Critique of Gods in _The Iliad_, by Alana Johns

 

The Shock of Savagery in _Heart of Darkness_, by Royce Davis

 

Spreading the Story: Quiche Culture in _I, Rigoberta Menchú_, by Olivia Dembie

 

 

Discrimination as an Everlasting Ideal: A Study of Racism in _Heart Of Darkness_, by Roberto Osorio

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