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Literary Writing - Knowing Your Characters
As an author, what do you know about the characters you create? As insane as it sounds, what can you tell about their personalities? Read on to see the importance of getting to know your characters on that deeper level!

Literature and the History of Apartheid
Some of us may or may not be familiar with the term 'apartheid', its meaning, significance and history. This article gives a little insight and history about apartheid and its mark in the literary world.

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!

On Literary Writing Having a Theme
So you desire to write a book. You have a story line in place. You have your characters in mind, and you even have an idea about how your book is going to end. The question is what exactly do you want to communicate to your readers? Read on to find out more!

Sula - A Review
A review of Toni Morrison's second novel, Sula, an adventurous yet complex young girl living in a town called Bottom with her equally complex family. Her complexities follow her to adulthood as she goes through life's rocky journey and impacts the lives of every individual in her community.

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.

The Kaitlyn Chronicles Review
A review of Elaine Babich's The Kaitlyn Chronicles, a set of four books about the life of a young girl battling various hardships - emotional and physical, among others. Very nicely written set of e-books for the reading pleasure of any lit fic enthusiast!

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The Miracle Inspector - A Dystopian Novel
A review of Helen Smith's The Miracle Inspector, a novel set in a futuristic London that's a far cry from London today. The country is divided, Londoners are trapped in their city with no means of escape, governed by sets of rules that promise death as penalty if disobeyed.

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.

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