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The Abuse of Power in “In the Penal Colony” by Franz Kafka

The story of Franz Kafka outlines the exploitation of power. “In the Penal Colony” explai

The “Unsympathetic” Character of “Notes from the Underground” by Dostoevsky

In his confessional writing, “Notes from the Underground,” Dostoyevsky makes the characte

Borges’ Infinite Library and The Universe in “The Library of Babel”

In this short story The Library of Babel, the famous Argentine author Jorge Luis Borges con

Thematically Analyzing “Death and the Compass”

Death and the Compass is a famous detective short story written by Jorge Luis Borges. The story is ab

Thematic and Stylistic Analysis of “The Library of Babel”

Most stories by Borges don’t “mean” one thing within the sense that this word is often used

How Surrealist Characteristics are Found in Franz Kafka?

Who was Franz Kafka? Franz Kafka was a German novelist and short story author, extensively considered

Interpreting Kahlil Gibran’s “The Madman”

Gibran’s This collection of prose-poems or meditations, “The Madman”, examine what

Kahlil Gibran and his Parables

Kahlil Gibran’s parables link up with his entire work. Of course, in these three books, (Forerunner