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The Bell Jar Review
Who was Sylvia Plath? Which of her works have we read? This article reviews Plath's first novel The Bell Jar, noting its brilliance and the acute parallelism that it holds with the author's real life.

Top Literary Heroines - Classic and Contemporary
This article celebrates the ordinary, yet extra-ordinary, strong female characters in literary fiction who have exhibited incredible strength and valor in their personalities and characteristics. Read on for more!

Book Review - Lasso Me A Mom
Lasso Me A Mom is a novel about a foster teen Nikkie Turner who's been moved from one foster home to another, having never had a stable home to call her own. Read on to peruse the full review of one of Stephanie Jackson's latest novels!

Literary Short Stories - Edgar Allan Poe
For centuries, literature lovers have pondered, wondered and reflected over Edgar Allan Poe and the kind of man he was behind his works. What common themes are prevalent in some of his short stories? Read on to find out!

Keeping a Journal for Literary Writing
No one becomes a great writer or author in one day, just like that. It takes practice, and lots of it, to be on the path towards becoming a successful author. In this article, we discover some tips on the best ways to keep a journal for writing improvement.

About Canadian Literature
What classifies literature as Canadian? What distinguishes Canadian literature from other sub-genres? Read on to see what Canadian literature is all about.

Afterlife - A Review
S. P. Cloward's Afterlife is a gripping and exciting novel about Wesley Lohmann, a human who accidentally dies, but doesn't really 'die' in the true sense. In this article we get a little sneak peek of what this riveting novel has in store for avid readers.

Archie's Daughter - A Review
Jane Seaford's Archie's Daughter is a very touching story about Sally and her quest to find out the truth about what happened to her mother, who had 'gone away' when she was very young. A touching and inspiring novel about mental illness and depression, and how it affects loved ones.

Utopia vs Dystopia in Literary Fiction
We have heard quite a bit about Utopian and Dystopian Literature, and have oftentimes merged both categories as one. In this article we'll see differences between the two categories, evident in their definitions, but also in their plot and event descriptions.

January Author Birthdays
Is your birthday in January? Scroll down the list to find out which author shares your birth date.

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