Throughout history, there has always existed a battle of power and dominance in between man and woman. Though women were seen as physically weak, as time progressed towards the 19th century, women began to crave and yearn to learn more about not only the present but also the possibilities of the future. In The Rainbow […]Read more "‘The Rainbow’ Literary Analysis"
The Death of a Toad A Toad the power mower caught, Chewed and clipped of a leg, with a hobbling hop has got To the garden verge, and sanctuaried him Under the cineraria leaves, in the shad Of the ashen and heartshaped leaves, in a dim, Low, and a final glade. The rare original heartsblood […]Read more "Poetic Analysis of ‘The Death of a Toad’ by R. Wilbur"
In Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, directed by Tim Burton, a young boy named Jacob “Jake” Portman is told – ever since he was a toddler – about the adventurous stories of his grandfather, Abraham “Abe” Portman. In these stories, Abe claims to have known a group of ‘mutated’ human beings called Peculiars: Peculiars […]Read more "Economics in Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children"