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10 Best Marvel MAX Comics

Superhero comics escaped the shadow cast by the Comics Code Authority in the early 90s, but are still widely enjoyed by young audiences. During this period, DC Comics launched a line of mature readers in Vertigo Comics that pushed the…

1 John: a literary analysis

The genre of the work in question has an impact on how it is performed. There are several examples in the pages of Holy Scripture which help to demonstrate this point. The main genre of the book of Revelation is Apocalyptic.…

some key works – Palatinate

By Emily Mitchell Black academia is an endlessly fascinating and complex genre, yet it has often been dominated by the experiences of cis, straight, and white individuals. In recent years, the authors challenge this and the very…

Comic book pages on screen

It's Women's History Month, so we spoke with an Oscar and Emmy nominated writer, director and producer who is a trailblazer in the film industry. Ava DuVernay is the first African-American woman to receive the Sun Dance Film Festival Best…

The dangers of digital speech

It's no secret that the digital world can be tough. The way we talk to each other and to each other online is often not a model of good faith and careful reason. But maybe a little literary theory can help. We've all heard the…

The genius behind the cover

If you visit a quintessential Bengali home, you will most often come across at least one overcrowded shelf. Amid the clutter, along with Rabindranath Tagore's Bengali version of Gitanjali, you're sure to find a few books by Indian…

Always Alice – Bundaberg Now

Title: Always AliceAuthor: Lisa GenoaEditor: Simon & Schuster, LondonPublication date: 2007Kind: FictionCritical: Hayley Martell Still Alice is a novel written by American neuroscientist Lisa Genova. Alice Still Reads Like a…

Season 1, Episode 4, “Chapter 4”

Photo: Disney+Watching this week's episode, my brain kept going back to the existential question of what people want from star wars? It certainly can't be taut, well-scripted crime dramas, unless Boba Fett's Book seeks to deconstruct the!-->!-->!-->…