A source of controversy as much today as it was when it was first published in 2001, Michel Vinaver's play '11 septembre 2001/11 September 2001' focuses on the tragic events of that fateful day, which saw the attack by terrorists on the World...

The Last Unicorn is a fantasy novel written by the American author Peter Beagle. Published in 1968, the novel had a short novelette following it, Two Hearts. The novel, originally published by Viking Press, is about a unicorn that believes there...

The Red Pony a novel comprised of four separate short stories sharing character and setting and essentially the same period, but which do not connect smoothly to each other in the fashion of chapters in a traditional novel.

The four stories which...

The Iron Heel is a dystopian novel written by Jack London and published in 1908. What, you may ask, is a dystopian novel? It is actually a cautionary tale; a dystopian novel pains a picture of an initially idealized futuristic society that becomes...

If you wake up in hospital with not knowing how you arrived there and the events of the previous month are a complete and absolute mystery, you could be forgiven for thinking that you have recently enjoyed the mother of all alcoholic binges, or at...

Hawksmoor is a mystery novel written by the English author Peter Ackroyd. It was first published in 1985. Ackroyd's work mostly covers a societal issue or historical recaps. He won many awards for his literary works. Hawksmoor mainly narrates the...

The Wretched of the Earth is Frantz Fanon’s seminal 1961 book, originally published in French, about the effects of colonization on the minds of the colonized, and the efforts by the colonized to overthrow the colonizers. It draws from Fanon’s own...

The Sociological Imagination is C. Wright Mills’s 1959 statement about what social science should be and the good it can produce. In this way, it is a polemical book. It has a vision for sociology, and it criticizes those with a different vision....

Rosemary's Baby is a 1968 psychological horror film directed by Roman Polanski, with a screenplay adapted from Ira Levin's best's selling 1967 novel of the same name. It was Polanski's first feature to be distributed by a major Hollywood studio...

The Invention of Wings is a historical fiction novel written by Sue Monk Kidd. It was published on January 7, 2014. Kidd is an American author, and the author of the celebrated book The Secret Life of Bees.The novel talks about a girl called Sarah...

Black Skin, White Masks is Frantz Fanon’s classic statement on the psychological experience of Black men and women in societies dominated by white people, especially France. It draws from his personal experience as a man born in the Caribbean...

When Alfred Hitchcock released Vertigo in 1958, it was met with ambivalence and near rejection by critics and audiences. Vertigo defied easy categorization and explored themes related to sexual perversity, erotic obsession and a shifting...

Released in 1946, Notorious is a rather uncharacteristic Hitchcock film, in that it does not employ many of the horror-filled tropes of his other films, but it is nonetheless considered to be one of his greatest works and touted as one of his...