Fearing Change: An Analysis of Andersen’s “The Year’s Story”
by Adam Rieder

Societies inherently possess many problems. These problems can range from hierarchical issues to problems concerning collective action. In many of his tales, Andersen is critical …

Inchelina’s Bildung Journey
by Linnea Rock

A story of adventure and development with sorrows, triumphs, and love, along with magical qualities, dire situations, and complex characters is perhaps one of the …

Serial Writers and Fiction Killers, or vice versa; A Discussion of the Battle for Authorship in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
by Emmon Rogers

“Who peyntede the leon, tel me who?”1Geoffrey Chaucer, “The Wife of Bath’s Prologue,” in The Canterbury Tales Complete, ed. Larry D. Benson (Boston: Wadsworth Cengage …