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A poet or a traitor?

Countee Cullen is no doubt successful in achieving his goal of “to be read as a poet, not a Negro poet.” He utilizes imagery, understatement, and religious references effectively to achieve such goal. But many critics say that he is too … Continue reading

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Peter’s denial

It again proves that literature often includes biblical allusions when Happy denies Willy as his father in the Death of a Salesman- just like when Peter denies knowing Jesus. In the restaurant, Biff scolds Happy for not caring enough about Willy. He tells Happy that … Continue reading

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A Great Free Thriller Ripped from the Headlines

Ebola K: A Terrorism Thriller, a free book by Bobby Adair, rated 4.5-stars by over eight hundred users and number one on Kindle store-I knew I couldn’t miss this one, just look at the title! Ebola K is an excellent thriller … Continue reading

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