Rejection and Societal Oppression of Females in Medea’s Society

“There should be no female sex. With that, men would be rid of all their troubles.” (Euripides, Medea, 633-634). With these words, it is clear that there is no room for females in Medea’s society. This theme is explored through … Continue reading

The Spy

  June 28, 1914, London   Mr. Hobbins is sitting in a cafe on Lancaster Avenue in London talking to himself.  He has just came back from Africa and is hungry for entertainment. He opens the Daily Mirror and reads: … Continue reading

Dr. Jekyll vs Dr. Hyde: The Comparison

At first glance, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde seem to be different adaptations of a common storyline: a character warped by evil and clouded by his own selfishness. While both … Continue reading

Things Fall Apart: Whether or Not it is of Literary Merit

      The novel Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe is a novel of true literary merit. Its use of language, the personal way it describes the ruin of an entire culture, and the realism of its characters make … Continue reading

A study on “Quality” part 1: Romantic View

Gaging Usefulness.    What usefulness does a mass of metal on wheels have? The book “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance” touches on the statement, “Quality is the goal of art” which this writer will be focused on. Viewing … Continue reading