David Cronenberg’s creepy, disturbing and ultimately overindulgent 1983 hybrid of science fiction and horror is one of the most penetrating cinematic studies of the power of television to hypnotize the mind of the viewer and force through...

The Slave was a novel written by Polish author Isaac Bashevis Singer and was published in 1962. Singer was born in 1902 and died in 1991. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature sixteen years after the novel was published.

The Slave talks about a...

The Battle of Maldon refers to an alliterative poem glorifying an actual historical engagement which shares its name. The actual battle of Maldon occurred in 991 and pitted valorous Anglo-Saxon warriors against the Danish Vikings. The poem is...

Say What You Will is a contemporary young adult novel by Cammie McGovern, published on June 3, 2014. McGovern is an American author born in Illinois. This novel is her first young adult novel. The novel is centered around two main characters: Amy...

British author Evelyn Waugh is far better known for his stories about classically British people in classically British settings like Brideshead Revisited. In fact, were it not for Brideshead Revisited, Waugh would likely never have written The...