Category Archive: Literature and Composition

The Lone Ranger and #BlackLivesMatter Fistfight in Seattle

By Xiomara Colon Arguably, the most important movement currently is #BlackLivesMatter. The main idea being that the black-skinned individuals in this country are as valuable as any other individual. Although the movement has… Continue reading

The Alchemist: Santiago’s Four Obstacles

By Gregory Priest I want you to imagine for a moment, sometime early in your life when a parent or parental figure told you that you can be anything you want in life.… Continue reading

A Review of the Play Third

By Tania Campbell Third, by Wendy Wasserstein, is an interesting play that focuses on a well-educated woman (Laurie Jameson), and how she re-examines her entire existence and purpose in her life. Several people… Continue reading

A Careless and Immodest Deed

By Kadian Brown Why are there envious and ignorant people in the world? Some are jealous of your house, your car, your children, your cat, and even your spouse. These people can be… Continue reading

Intertextual Analysis of “The Star” and “There Will Come Soft Rains”

By Patti Garwood Literary works can be categorized in different genres. These comprise of prose, poetry as well as drama. All of which have defining characteristics which differentiate one from the other. However,… Continue reading