How history explains the popularity of Harry Potter.
Both Dracula and Vlad The III are legendary, reminding us of worldy horrors. They make us look at history with careful eyes, scared of what will unveil. But most of all, they conquer our imagination and our reality. Vampires reflect our desire for comfort, for love, for knowledge. But ultimately, the vampire denies us after teasing, sucking its victim dry.
How do I explain Goodreads?
How should literature and film depict WWII? What are the problems writers encounter when depicting The Holocaust, The Blitz, Hitler Youth, And Pearl Harbor?
Piranesi by Susanna Clarke is adored by critics and readers. Here’s why I disagree with the acclaim, and what the flaws are in Piranesi.
There’s nothing wrong with an adult who loves children’s literature. However, there is something wrong when they accept the moral foundations of such media as absolute truth.
Why should you read Rebecca?