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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!

Literary Writing - Determining your Book Topic
You're a writer or soon-to-be author looking to write your first fiction. Great step. Now let's talk about your book topic.

Literary Writing - Editing Your Work
So you've finished writing your novel. Now it's time for the hard part: editing. Check out some tips to help you through this vigorous process!

Literary writing – How to Present Your Content
What are you presenting to your readers, and how do you present it to them? Let's take a look at the well-known journalistic writing style for information gathering - the Six Ws. Read on to find out more.

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 Review
Which literary work is the strangest you've ever read? Is Kafka's Metamorphosis one of them? Read on!

More Tips on Determining your Book Topic
Having a topic is the first step to creating the whole book package. Read on for more tips on how to determine a topic for your book.

More Tips on Presenting Your Story’s Content
It’s important to have answers to the Six Ws regarding your storyline – Who, What, Why, Where, When, and How. This gives you an idea of how to structure your storyline and ensure that all aspects of your narration are covered. Click to read 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.

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