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A Christmas Conversion

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  Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is a beloved Christmas classic, but underneath the simple moral messages of the novella, are deep and sometimes disturbing themes and agendas. It’s no doubt that the… Continue reading

The Blair Frankenstein Project

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A Journalistic Film Review of The Frankenstein Theory By Jeffrey W. Hollingsworth We’ve seen ghosts, demons, serial killers and even superheroes constructed into the found footage film genre, but now, classic horror icons… Continue reading

The Modern Byronic Hero

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Popularized by Lord Byron, the Byronic hero is a fiction character type that has been around  for centuries and its wake can be felt in today’s popular culture.  Although it first appeared in Byron’s Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage in 1812,… Continue reading

The Spiritual Journey of Robinson Crusoe

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Robinson Crusoe is a novel that easily lends itself to analytical discussions surrounding themes. The novel is not simply a tale of adventure and excitement and one should not place shallow expectations on… Continue reading

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