Literary Review

Literary Review

Tag: Nicole Elliott

All the Light We Cannot See:  Exposing the Mechanisms of the Mind

All the Light We Cannot See: Exposing the Mechanisms of the Mind

By: Nicole Elliott Lights out. Remain in silence. For now, just listen: A demonic horde. Upended sacks of beans. A hundred broken rosaries. There are a thousand metaphors and all of them are inadequate: forty bombs per aircraft, four hundred and eighty altogether, seventy two […]

Blueprints for Tomorrow

Blueprints for Tomorrow

By: Nicole Elliott Miss Burma, a novel by Charmaine Craig, considers the legacy of colonialism from the perspective of a greatly affected family in Burma. Khin, Benny, and their children—Louisa, Johnny, and Gracie—are persecuted for their identities; Khin is Karen, a long marginalized group only […]

The Contemporary Confederacy

The Contemporary Confederacy

Dr. Ian Isherwood is an alumni of Gettysburg College, Dartmouth College, and the University of Glasgow, where obtained his PhD. His focus is on modern British history, particularly the history of war. He highlights the importance of an interdisciplinary approach in understanding history, especially when […]

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