The timeless glory of a British military catastrophe redeemed by the heroism of British civilians.
Wonder Woman captures a playful joy in living combined with a profound, unflinching sense of justice.
The Count of Monte Cristo, which is 170 years old, shows why great romantic novels don’t grow old.
Meryl Streep’s embarrassing “comment malfunction” seized by media eager to smear President-Elect Trump.
The arresting suspense in “Sully” requires portraying “bad guys” even if there were no bad guys.
Is there is a definitive process that leads to a conflict-driven, purpose-driven, and fully integrated plot? Almost.
Kafka’s writing is an expression of the essential absurdity of existentialism and postmodernism, and is meritless.
Sometimes, fiction digs deeper and further into the truth.
Ayn Rand’s and Jean-Paul Sartre’s fictional heroes provide a dramatized insight into their radically different philosophies.
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