Thoughts on the life and death of Ray Bradbury.
An essay considering the satire of society Mark Twain put in his book, Huckleberry Finn.
A republished review of St. Augustine’s The City of God: Book II. Initial publication date: 8/24/06 Format: Livejournal.
An analysis of Leo Tolstoy’s "The Forged Coupon" and a commentary on Postmodernism in society.
Books have lost their identity in this age of digital consumerism. Luckily, this age has also opened the window to the classics of the past, whose value and significance has never been greater.
Author John Gardner wrote On Moral Fiction in the late 1970s, outlining his vision of writing and artwork with morality as their highest calling. Gardner drew on Tolstoy, another moralist author, as inspiration for this book. Gardner also caught much grief from critics over this non-fiction book, but it lives on today.
Stephen King continues to chill his readership with his most recent novella "Blockade Billy" and short story "Morality"