Analysis Of “Crime and Punishment” by Fyodor Dostoevsky

September 19, 2018

“Crime and Punishment” by Fyodor Dostoevsky Plot Summary The main focus of this story is Rodion Romanovich Raskolnikov who is forced to terminate his studies because of inadequate money to finance his university studies. He lives in a small room under tough conditions in St. Petersburg. Though good-looking and intelligent,…

Analysis Of “A White Heron” By Sarah Orne Jewett

September 11, 2018

“A White Heron” By Sarah Orne Jewett “A White Heron” is Sarah Orne Jewett’s shortest story. Jewett’s story is an exploration of the internal conflict experienced by a former city girl. She is confused by her new interest in the other sex and the love she has for nature. She…

“I, Too” By Langston Hughes, Analysis

September 11, 2018

“I, Too” By Langston Hughes The poem highlights the plight of racial segregation from the perspective of people of African origin living in America. The use of the first person pronoun ‘I’ is aimed at making the reader know that that though the author may be speaking from a personal…

Summary Of “Blue Collar Brilliance” by Mark Rose

September 11, 2018

“Blue Collar Brilliance” by Mark Rose In this article, the author tries to debunk the common perception that those who do the jobs considered to be ‘Blue collar’ are less intelligent as compared to those who do the ‘white collar’ jobs. The author begins with a narration of how his…