Essays on Literature
The Image of the Horse and the Fall of Troy in Chaucer’s Triolus and Criseyde
Edgar's Role in Shakespeare's King Lear
Bigotry and exclusion in Douglas Turner Ward's Day of Absence.
The language of the poet of his age mirrors the language of the Age of Exploration.
The Sibyl and “The Waste Land”
Maps, Guidebooks, and Guides in Heart of Darkness
Is "A Voyage to Laputa" really a progenitor to science fiction, or is it just a disgruntled, if pointed, rant?
For a short time, sitting there on the stone steps overlooking the valley, I felt as if I were at once both chicken and egg.
Yes, now you, too, can be a poet with your very own Poetic License!
Writer Profiles and Interviews