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Paul Auster’s “The New York Trilogy”

“Whether it might have turned out differently, or whether it was all predetermined…is not the question. The question is the story itself, and whether or not it means something is not for the story to tell.” Such are the words … Continue reading

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Les Miserables: What the Critics got Wrong and Why You can’t Trust Them

Although this blog has been dedicated towards the production of literary criticism and articles on literary trends, I feel it necessary to address the film Les Miserables, if for no better reason than to save the film from the shallow … Continue reading

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