Reviews

Joyce

James Joyce’s “The Dead”

Drew Yates’s “James Joyce’s Flowing Narration Captures a Mundane Scene and Internal Crisis”

Jackson Brantley’s “Rising from the Grave: Joyce’s Reflection on the Dead’s Relationship with the Living”

Mirielle Kruger’s “Running from ‘The Dead'”

Kylie McArthur’s “The Past that Forever Haunts Us”

 

Tagore

 

Rabindranath Tagore’s “The Post Office” 

Rayyan Thaaj’s “Hope Can Save you from Dying Twice”

Tiffany Su’s “A Dying Boy’s Optimistic Outlook”

Tony Carrozzino’s “The King’s ‘Best Friend'”

 

 

 

Larsen

 

Nella Larsen’s Passing 

Alexander Joo’s “Passing” Judgment”

Paul Carter’s “Race: That Which Confines Us, That Which Defines Us”

 

 

 

 

Eileen Chang

 

Eileen Chang’s “Love in a Fallen City”

Molly Essig’s “Romance in a War-Torn City”

Calista Mei’s “An Unconventional Love Story”

Raveena Chaudhari’s “Awkward Love, Turbulent Times: Eileen Chang’s Stance on an Unexpected Relationship”

 

 

Conrad

 

Joseph Conrad’s “The Secret Sharer”

Brenden Selton’s “The Mirror of Maturity”

Duy Nguyen’s “The Duality of Man: Passion and Reason”

Chasse Rush’s “The Sea Makes One Mad”

 

 

 

Hemingway

 

Ernest Hemingway’s “The Snows of Kilimanjaro”

Tsvetomira Peykova’s “Dying in Unheard Whispers

Sabrina Chua’s “Thoughts of a Dead Man

Mason Manning’s “Opportunity Rotting Away

 

 

 

 

Beckett

 

Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot

Isabel Miller’s “Monotony in an Indefinite World

Hamp Gibbs’s “Life’s Repetitive Cycle

Zach Quinney’s “Hope in a Pointless World

 

 

 

 

Borges

 

Jorge Luis Borges’s “The Library of Babel”

Peter Herman’s “Searching for Purpose in the Nearly Limitless Universe

Tyler S. Fuhrman’s “The Limit of Infinity and the Boundlessness of Order

 

 

Jean Rhys

 

Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea

Riya Agrawal’s “Coloring in Her Crazy

 

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