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Literary Inspirations: Alfred, Lord Tennyson

Alfred, Lord Tennyson was known for his sentimental works. He was praised for his literature and was awarded the Chancellor’s Gold Medal. His poetry had drawn interest from both the general public and literary giants, including Samuel Taylor Coleridge. He even influenced groups such as...

Literary Inspirations: John Keats

When we die, we hope to leave something behind. Sometimes, this could be a momento of the past, such as photos or albums. Other times, we leave legacies, such as that of the lessons we teach others, or our own children. And even more still,...

Literary Inspirations: Maya Angelou

In elementary school, I remembered one teacher who took pride in an author and forced us to read a poem she wrote. Despite all our complaining and groaning, we still did it. Predictably, when we read the poem Caged Bird, we couldn’t put it down....

Buying New York Times Bestseller Status

I’m not going to lie; as well as the rest of my writer’s club in high school, I dreamed of getting the coveted New York Times bestseller status. We all dreamed about selling our books across bookstores and libraries, including Barnes and Nobles. In fact,...

A Lust for Life: Love and Hate

With the publication of the now famous poem Fire and Ice, written by Robert Frost, many people have contemplated whether or not the world will end in fire or ice. Scientists have debated this, as do students in their classrooms. Stephenie Meyer used the poem in...

Zora Neale Hurston

Despite the progress made in civil rights movements, many individuals still find themselves the victims of prejudice and discrimination. From police corruption to the rise of the alt-right, to even the increasing hate crimes against minorities, many have turned to protests to stop these crimes,...

Literary Inspirations: William Wordsworth

Regarded as one of the founders of Romanticism in England, William Wordsworth has inspired a countless number of works. From Lyrical Ballads in 1798 to French Revolution in 1810, he has continued to dominate the literary world throughout the centuries. He’s even appeared in numerous...

Literary Inspirations: Wilfred Owen

In his poem Dulce et Decorum Est, Owen describes the horrors of chemical warfare. And yet, he also tells the reader how great an honor it would be to die for your country. Despite all the terrors of war, and the sins committed on the battlefield,...

Literary Inspirations: The Lost Generation

When former President George Bush declared a War on Terror, patriotic fervor followed. People were enlisting in the military in massive rates. Americans were uniting under the notion that they were defending their country. And while there was a plethora of human rights violations, from...

Literary Inspirations: Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson was a masterful poet that has left many praiseworthy works. Many authors have even dedicated the very first pages of their books to her poetry. And despite the pressures of societal norms back then, Dickinson still managed to carve out for herself a...