The Shape of Water is a 2017 dramatic and romantic fantasy film directed by Mexican film director Guillermo del Toro. The plot of the movie was written by del Toro and Vanessa Taylor. The film, which falls into several genres, was named one of the...

Toronto, Mississippi is a play written by the Canadian author and playwright Joan MacLeod. Written in 1987, the play follows the story of a young woman, Jhana, who tries to form stronger relations with her family but feels that she cannot do this...

The least popular female activist in Afghanistan isn't an Afghan native, but a Canadian writer and counselor called Deborah Ellis, whose short novel, The Breadwinner, is an illuminating and sometimes harrowing account of the heinous way that young...

Winnie-the-Pooh is one of the most famous works of the English author, A. A. Milne. A classic in children’s literature, Winnie-the-Pooh was published in 1926 and had such an extensive success that it overshadowed all of Milne’s previous novels,...

Søren Kierkegaard has first published Either/Or in 1843 under the pseudonym of Victor Eremita after claiming to having found the manuscript hiding in an ancient piece of furniture. It is supposed to be written by two different people, seemingly...

Cal is a novel that deals with one of the most difficult times in Irish history. It is set against the backdrop of violence and murder that occurred because of the political differences between Catholics and Protestants who wanted very different...

Mumbo Jumbo is the third novel by Ishmael Reed and is considered by many to be his best. Ostensibly a mystery set in 1920’s New Orleans and New York City, Mumbo Jumbo is representative of Reed’s distinctly creative literary process. The...

The Diviners is one of the most autobiographical works of the Canadian writer Margaret Laurence, as well as her last one. It was published in 1974, the same year it won the Governer General's Literary Awards. It has ever since then been considered...