(From Darren Aronoksky’s “The Fountain”, with leading actors Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weiz beneath the tree of life)
Yesterday I posted some of my demos up, finally. 560 more words
So here’s my essay that’s about to be published in a small academic ebook. It’s not spectacular, but, hey, it’s a start.
Literature is an intimate and sensitive portal to understanding the world and humanity. 2,512 more words
It seems appropriate, at the start of this particular undertaking, to utter a small prayer.
God, where do I start with this poem?
My usual quip about it being best to start at the beginning doesn’t seem quite so proper here, what with this being an epic poem and the convention of… 907 more words
Although satire is a common choice for counter-hegemonic writings, the evocation and allusion to Milton, as evidenced in both the works of Mahomet and De Quincy, is a much more creative and underhanded mode of subversion. 444 more words