Indian Horse is a novel written by Canadian author Richard Wagamese. It was published on March 7, 2012. Wagamese was a Native American who died in March 2017.In terms of narrative structure, Indian Horse starts with a man, called Saul, who drinks...

The Conversation is one of Francis Ford Coppola's lesser known films, but it is also considered one of his best. Released in 1974, during the middle of the Watergate scandal, its artful depiction of paranoia and fear in the face of improved...

Killing Rage : Ending Racism is a collection of twenty-three essays curated by Bell Hooks. Hooks has always written and spoken from the standpoint that anything ending in "ism" is part of the same problem of social inequality and bias, ergo,...

Building Stories, published on October 2, 2012, is one of the most distinct stories in the history. It was written by American cartoonist Chris Ware. Chris Ware took ten years to make this book. In 2006, his works were shown at the Museum of...

One Shot at Forever (A Small Town, an Unlikely Coach, and a Magical Baseball Season) was written by Chris Ballard, a Sports Illustrated writer. This novel was published during 2012 by Hachette Books and is a true story. It tells the story of an...

Saboteur was written by Chinese author Ha Jin. It was originally published during 2000 and was published again during 2007 by Pearson. This short story details the unfolding of unfortunate events involving a man named Mr. Chiu and his wife. Mr....

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...

A Little Life was written by Hanya Yanagihara and was published during 2015 by Doubleday. This fictional novel tells the story of four classmates who move from a small Massachusetts college to New York, looking for better opportunities of success...

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...

Judith is an Old English poem written by an anonymous author. This is possibly the same author who wrote the epic poem Beowulf as it appears in the same manuscript as this poem. This poem is based on the Book of Judith, which is present within...

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...