Insanity or the Supernatural: A look at Henry James’ The Turn of the Screw

By Esther Ososkalo Are ghosts just a figment of our imagination or are they truly there? In The Turn of the Screw by Henry James, readers are asked to either accept them as real or imagined. The novella introduces us to a young governess who is hired to care for two orphan children, Miles and … Continue reading Insanity or the Supernatural: A look at Henry James’ The Turn of the Screw

Ravenous

BY Brittany Watts-Hendrix My mother finds solace in food. For her, pork chops, polish boys, macaroni and cheese, ribs, chicken wings, and french fries, act as the tool for avoiding risks, feelings of loneliness, and secure dependability. This predictable food she has been eating her entire life, gives her a sense of constant familiarity. My … Continue reading Ravenous

Thoughts on Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Francis Ford Coppola’s Film Adaptation

Female Agency & Sexuality in Bram Stoker's Dracula By Cambel Iribuka A consumer advocate, lawyer and author by the name of Ralph Nader once said, “Like sex in Victorian England, the reality of big businesses today is our big dirty secret.” According to Nader, the truth behind what businesses truly do today is as hidden … Continue reading Thoughts on Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Francis Ford Coppola’s Film Adaptation