Essays on Authors

The Racial Issues In Gary Soto's Looking For Work

Have you ever thought or the nostalgia to lead a perfect family life without problems and to be accepted in society, as portrayed in TV shows or series? They think of being in white families leads to a relaxed life and getting better chances. In Gary Soto’s ‘Looking for Work’ story, a young boy wants...
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Phillis Wheatley’s Poetry: Literary Form And Social Significance

Over the past six centuries, hundreds of thousands of millions of immigrants have immigrated to North America that was artisans, artists, engineers, refugees, slaves, families, and authors. Since the early 1900s, Los Angeles has become one of the greatest multiethnic metropolitan cities in the world through immigration. Throughout the county of Los Angeles, there has...
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The Spirituality Of Phillis Wheatley's Poems

When it comes to Phillis Wheatley who was well known at her time as one of the best-known poets in pre-19th century America, even though she was an African slave. Phillis was considered as the first African American poet to publish her book. She was kidnapped from West Africa and transported in a slave ship...
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George Orwell: Revolutionary, Soldier, And Author

The title of revolutionary, soldier, and author is a very rare and precious one. However, among the likes of C.S.Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, George Orwell stands apart from the rest. Amidst a sea of fantastical realms and mystical creatures, Orwell’s works of “concentration camp literature” changed the way the modern novel was written(Oxley 75). Through...
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J.k. Rowling: Way To Success

Introduction “No, there is literally nothing on the business side that I wouldn’t sacrifice in a heartbeat to have an extra couple of hours’ writing. Nothing” (Source: Brainyquote). This quote illustrates J.K Rowling’s (Joanne Rowling or Jo) love for writing, which started in her youth, in which J.K Rowling would write stories for her friends...
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Thomas Stearns Eliot’s Lifetime

T.S. Eliot was one of the most influential authors of all time, but mostly during the 1900s. He once wrote, “If you aren’t in over your head, How do you know How tall you are?” This one quote narrates Eliot’s personality to the fullest because he strived to write poetry that people would feel. T.S....
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African American Literature: Richard Wright

These are a set of literature that is produced in the United States by authors of African descent (Alim, 2006). These pieces of literature are very significant in that they depict various important themes that are important in the modern-day world. In this proposal, I am going to discuss an article on Police brutality, and...
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Traditionalism And Autobiographical Aspects In The Works Of T. S. Eliot

 The award-winning, genre-defining poet Thomas Stearns Eliot is known not only for his poetic masterpieces but also for his literary criticism. He spent years of his life studying with Harvard professors “renowned in poetry, philosophy and literary criticism, and the rest of his career [was] shaped by all three.” ( He earned a living writing...
2878 Words 6 Pages
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