Men and women have always dealt with conflicts in their relationships. Even though each generation faces different issues, all couples have issues. Jane and Rochester’s relationship is so full of conflict that it seems almost impossible for their love to survive. Brontë attempts to simplify and justify the relationship by […]Read more "The Archetypal Conflict in Jane Eyre"
A long-time fan of Audrey Hepburn’s Holly Golightly, I figured it about time I pay homage to Truman Capote’s capturing novella. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that a woman-child like myself finds it easy to relate to Holly’s ramblings. Most of what she says aloud are thoughts I have while walking around campus. While […]Read more "Breakfast at Tiffany’s"
Jamie Ford’s novel about the life of a Chinese man and his childhood relationship with a Japanese classmate can be summed up in one word: unfair. Henry Lee watches in astonishment as his world is filled with injustices. He expects and accepts the hecklings of his young peers, but is shocked and disgusted by the […]Read more "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet"