Romance

In the Mood for Love Analysis

In the Mood for Love Analysis and Review

In 1960s Hong Kong, two new neighbors find that their spouses are cheating on them with each other. These neighbors, Su and Chow, pass each other day after day, noticing one another on rainy nights on their way to get noodles, or seeing each other coming and going in the narrow stairway of their apartment …

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Little Women Movie Review

Little Women Movie Review (2019)

Introduction: Little Women, the novel, was released in 1868 and 1869 in two parts. It was unique in that it dealt with some very early feminist ideas such as true love or work being more important than an economically sound marriage for women, or the unfair gender disparities in domestic life. The novel has inspired …

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Goodbye, Columbus analysis

Goodbye Columbus Analysis and Review

Introduction: Goodbye, Columbus is Philip Roth’s first book, consisting of a novella and five of his early short stories. In this book, Roth begins his prolific career and we can see his first time exploring the themes he would one day become famous for: sexuality, guilt, hate, discrimination, hypocrisy, aging, and what it means to …

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Blankets graphic novel review

Blankets Graphic Novel Review

Note: This is an early post where I was still developing my writing style and analysis skills. I think and hope there is something to be gained from my early posts, but I don’t hold them at the same standard as my newer ones. I am of course keeping them up because I still enjoy …

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Far From the Madding Crowd

Far From the Madding Crowd Symbolism/Review

Note: This is an early post where I was still developing my writing style and analysis skills. I think and hope there is something to be gained from my early posts, but I don’t hold them at the same standard as my newer ones. I am of course keeping them up because I still enjoy …

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