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Women Literary Writers - Early to Late 1800s
More discourse on female writers of the early centuries that contributed tremendously to writing and literature with their gifts of words, structure, and various powerful themes.
Women Literary Writers - 1700s to early 1800s
Women writers have come a long way in the way they represent themselves and are in turn recognized in the literary world. Here's a look at some of the famous female literature gurus from the 'olden days' that have left their legacies in the literary world, setting a path for us to follow!
The Picture of Dorian Gray Review
Have you heard or read little stories and insinuations here and there about Dorian Gray, and wondered what he was all about? Here is a brief review on Oscar Wilde's only novel that created a wild literary sensation due to its powerful themes and controversial discourse on some philosophical views.
Helpful Tips with Writing Literary Fiction
Are you a writer - expert, novice, or simply a want-to-be writer - who desires to write a work of fiction that exudes brilliance and masterminded art? Here are a few helpful tips to implement when trying your hand in literary writing.
Metamorphosis - A Most Confounding Literary Work
Which literary work is the strangest you've ever read? Is Kafka's Metamorphosis one of them? Read on!
Top 5 Widely Discussed Literary Classics
A few literature classics have abraded our minds and pushed us to read the works over and over, year after year, century after century. This is a short list of some of the most widely discussed literature classics of all time!
The Literary Fiction Newsletter
The Literary Fiction newsletter will provide you with exciting information and new inspirational readings every week.
Exploring Interpretations in Literary Fiction
Examining and interpreting literature a little differently than the way we were 'taught' to interpret it. What if an assumed antagonist is actually the protagonist? Literature should not be conformed to just one way of interpretation.
How to Approach Literary Fiction When Reading One
Do you sometimes wonder how to distinguish literary fiction from other works of fiction? Do you wonder at how to identify and approach literature, to know what to look out for? Here are tips on approaching literary fiction and knowing what to do with the information you gather.
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