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Brunetto Latini and Count Ugolino in Dante's Inferno

For a moralist, Dante’s Inferno is a museum where a punctilious bureaucrat Dante, being guided by certain regulations, classified sins by their severity.


Shelley's Frankenstein

In a modern world, a number of scientific attempts have been already made and will be made in order to improve human lif...


The Stranger Novel by Albert Camus

The stranger is a novel written by Albert Camus and published in 1946. The novel was written in such a way that the themes and the deep understanding of the text are viewed as examples of reality. Although the writer Camus did not display himself as responsible but displayed various ways of philosophies like being absurd, natural, nihilist and determined.


55 Miles to the Gas Pump: Skeletons in the Closet Invoke Curiosity

There are many reasons to draw attention to the short story, 55 Miles to the Gas Pump, written by Annie Proulx: first, i...


The Harp of Burma and In the Realm of a Dying Emperor

The novel The Harp of Burma of Michio Takeyama disproved the myth of the cruelty of the Japanese army and showed the real unfeigned feelings of these soldiers, who, by virtue of a number of circumstances, found themselves face to face with death.


John Kelly's The Graves are Walking

John Kelly in his "The Graves are Walking" provides an outstanding analysis of the period of the Great Famine and its consequences for the Irish people.


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