Quicksand is a novel written by renowned author Nelly Larsen, published in 1928. As there are direct links and correlations between the life of Nelly Larsen and fictional character Helga Crane, both of whom are mixed race, this book can also be...

Wallace Thurman's The Blacker the Berry was published in 1929, and is looked at today as one of the key novels in Harlem Renaissance Literature. At the time of its publication it was considered to be groundbreaking, because Thurman had the courage...

Home to Harlem (1928) is author Claude McKay's first published novel. It tells the story of young Jake Brown, the protagonist of the novel, after he deserts the United States Army and heads off to London and a writer who immigrates to Haiti after...

Victorian poet Christina Rossetti was well-known for her fascination with nature and the world around her, and also known for her ability to see life through eye glasses that if not entirely rose-colored, definitely had a childlike tint to them....

Point Omega is a novella written by American novelist and playwright Don DeLillo. Released in 2010, it is DeLillo's fifteenth published work.

The short book recounts the tale of Richard Elster, a scholar who served in the military to write about...

People of the Whale is a novel by Linda Hogan, published in 2008. It tells the story of a Native American man named Thomas who loses both himself and his heritage after joining the army during the Vietnam War, and developing post traumatic stress...

Floyd Salas is an American boxer and author of several works of fiction, including What Now My Love. He was born to a Spanish family in 1931. Raised in Denver, Colorado, Salas remarked that he "grew up in a house of books." Identified as a gifted...

Get Out was written and directed for the screen by Jordan Peel. It was distributed by Universal Pictures. Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Productons in association with Monkeypaw Productions and QC Entertainment. It was released on January 23, 2017...

Director Alex Garland's mind-bending, intellectual sci-fi Annihilation released to controversy. Allegations of whitewashing and studio meddling plagued the film, yet it was a massive critical success -- but did dismally financially.

Nevertheless,...

The Exorcist is the most profitable horror movie of all time, and possibly one of the most disturbing. It was released in 1973, and stars Ellen Burstyn, Linda Blair, Max von Sydow and Jason Miller. It was developed from the book of the same name...

In 1783, the editor of Berline Monthly, J.E. Biester, published an article titled "Proposal, not to engage the clergy any longer when marriages are conducted” which proposed that the clergy might be eliminated from the necessity of marriage...

The German Girl is a historical fiction novel written by Armando Lucas Correa. Correa is a Cuban author and journalist, and this novel was first published on October, 2016.

In terms of narrative, The German Girl takes place in two distinct yet...