Prospero: The Narcissist's Fantasy?

Prospero and Shakespeare share an intriguing connection. 

The Popular Zombie Narrative

Improved in World War Z

"What even is dating?"

Exploring How Black Heterosexual College Students are Discussing and Experiencing Dating Relationships


“Eating” Quentin Tarantino?

His Focus on Food in Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained

“And for My Next Trick…”:

The Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Narrative Structure in As I Lay Dying

“Dead Men Do No Deeds”: 

Attitudes Towards Life and Death in the Old Norse Hávamál and the Old English Maxims

Arthur's Guilty Court

Lawrence Poston’s argument concerning the nature of Pelleas’ fault is misleading because the focus of Tennyson’s idyll of “Pelleas and Ettarre” is on the guilt of Arthur’s Court rather than the young knight who is devastated by it.

Spiritual Sewage

As Karl Marx once stated, "Religion is the Opium of the Masses" and while the weight of those words may be lost in the negative stigma surrounded by Communism, these are still powerful words to examine lest this country travel down a path controlled by religion. 


“Oh, Great, We’ve been Walking in Circles”:

Mark Renton’s Failure to Escape Society in Trainspotting

Chaucer’s Criseyde

Characterization Through Interior Thought

No Ruins in the Waste Land:

Construction and Destruction of the Classical Nymph in Sedmikrásky