The author traces the influence of Taoism on Ursula K. Le Guin's science fiction, analysing the use of spiritual symbols in her book, 'The left hand of darkness' which directly relates to her belief in Taoism.
Proximity to—and from—Bodies: The Civil War Poetry of Whitman & Dickinson
The author studies the seemingly dichotomous take on war in Walt Whitman's and Emily Dickinson's poetry; and argues for the congruency it attains underlining sufferings and deaths. Further, she notes the heavy usage of punctuations in Dickinson's war poetry and theorizes what it represents.
Author: Luis Chitarroni Title: From Siluetas/Silhouettes (La Bestia Equilátera, 2012) Language: Spanish (Argentina) Excerpt Length: Approx. 1,300 Words Translator: Allison A. deFreeseRights Holder: Luis Chitarroni,..
Re-Thinking Thoreau: Between the Lines of His Life and Work
“Re-Thinking Thoreau” is John Roman's attempt to correct the legacy of Thoreau and explores how Henry was able to surmount his “issues' during a time when medical attention and prescription drugs were not available.