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Go Set a Watchman: Another Masterpiece or a Big Failure

The news of a new Harper Lee’s novel being published after more than a half a century hiatus surprised, fascinated and alarmed those who read To Kill a Mockingbird, and rightly so. Disquieted by the success of her debut novel, the author repeatedly claimed she wasn’t going to write or… Read More →

Book Reviews on Postmodern Fiction

House of Leaves, a breakthrough novel by Mark Z. Danielewski, is one of the prime examples of postmodern ergodic literature; in fact, it is written and organized in such a way as to become a textbook example of the genre for all aspiring postmodern writers to read and learn from… Read More →

How “The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity”, by Julia Cameron, Can Help a Budding Writer

“There’s no such thing as a non-creative person,” says Julia Cameron. She is the author of The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity. This optimism reflects Ms. Cameron’s belief that there’s an artist (like a writer) in each of us, and in the Artist’s Way she outlines the… Read More →

Joseph Smith’s Polygamy (Book Review)

Joseph Smith, the founder of the Latter Day Saint Church, is one of the most, and probably the most controversial religious figure of American history; and his practice of polygamy, something unheard of in all other Christian denominations, is what mainly contributed to the scandalous nature of this person and… Read More →

Looking for Alibrandi: Book vs Movie

After reading the famous book “Looking for Alibrandi”, every reader decides to get into the screen story and analyze it, compare it to the book in order to find differences and similarities.   Let’s start with the similarities The biggest similarity for every reader will be the way the author… Read More →

A Little Bit of Gothic

If you like Jane Austen’s work you have probably already heard about the Austen Project. Within this ambitious undertaking a number of modern writers publish their takes on classical Austen’s plots, not only reimagining them in contemporary settings, but reworking them to create new works of fiction. Val McDermid is… Read More →

Hurtful Literature: Which Books Cause Sadness

Obviously it’s better to give some books a wide berth if you are of impressionable disposition. It’s not about scary books – they hardly can do any lasting harm – but about the books that carry nothing but gloom, doom and depression. If you tend to take everything you read… Read More →

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