How Doctor Sheppard misleads the reader

The novel The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Is narrated by Dr. Sheppard, the physician in the small English village of King’s Abbot. The story revolves around the citizens of the village and their involvements with the death of Roger Ackroyd, … Continue reading

Can Dr. Sheppard be classified as an unreliable narrator?

Agatha Christie’s The Murder of Roger Ackroyd is a riveting novel filled with an abundance of literary elements. The most fascinating being the clever narration of Dr. Shepherd; who we later find out is the murderer of said, Roger Ackroyd. … Continue reading

Why Hamlet can be described as a fully-human character.

Hamlet’s soliloquy represents some of the most raw and human emotions that one can experience. He is still in mourning over the death of his father and has just found out that his mother Gertrude, not even two months after … Continue reading