Virginia Woolf proves that, even after 100 years, we still struggle to understand each other and accept ourselves.
The puppy love displayed in the 2010 film “Flipped” is a bit one-dimensional and immature. Rather than looking at surface level qualities, it’s important to value inward characteristics to determine if a romantic partner is “the one.”
Review: How the 2005 film adaptation of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ vivifies Jane Austen’s classic narrative
Specific camera shots highlight Austen’s creative genius.
A train is speeding down the railway; shortly ahead there is a split in its tracks, and the direction that the vehicle will continue is determined by a lever on the side of the road. On the main track where the train is currently traveling stands five people, all of...
Sitting still, stifled She stares at a caked facade Who is she, inside?
What do most people care about in life these days? My best guess is that they mostly revolve along the lines of “money”, “career” or “success.” I, too, have been pressured to think that the only way to a happy life is to test into a top university, which opens up...