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

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

El Comercio de frijol

Like in most stories, there is conflict, protagonist, antagonist and solution. This story starts in the now-renovated and prosperous town of Milagro. Surrounded by rolling fields which were covered in dehydrated beans, trees and any other type of plants are … Continue reading

Environment Poetry

Look here, at this pristine wilderness; see twisted masses of ancient trees, whispering waves brushing rocky shores, bear cubs seeking the comfort of their mother, the fearless predator seeking wary prey. Look here, at this dazed civilization; observe plumes of … Continue reading

The Red Room

It started raining as soon as I left. By the time I’d reached the point of no return, it was pouring. The roads were flooding, and there was no way I could keep going. I pulled out my phone and … Continue reading