Book Review


Symbolism in the Catcher in the Rye

The Catcher in the Rye is a novel full of symbols that signify different aspects. Symbols actually refer to characters, objects and figures that are used to represent abstract concepts or ideas.


Dahl’s On Democracy

The term democracy is widely used in the modern political arena, especially where superpowers such as the United States of America intervene in international disputes fostering certainty. In light of this, democracy should be…


Sorrel King’s Book Review

Sorrel King and her book Josie’s Story is about a young woman and a mother of four, and her 18 years old daughter, who was badly scalded by a wrong water…


A Ghetto Takes Shape

A Ghetto Takes Shape by Kenneth Kusmer is a book that pays special attention to the historical experiences of the African American population in Cleveland. In the book, the author provides an extensive framework for comparison between…


Nature and Culture: American Landscape and Painting

As it is seen from the title, Barbara Novak undertook a critical research of the connection between art and its social and cultural environment in the field of…


The Glass Castle

Although Jeannette Walls’s “The Glass Castle” depicts the disturbing realities of child neglect, poverty, substance abuse, and social bullying, it also celebrates the value of hard work and mental focus because thanks to them the author…


Built to Last

The modern book market offers thousands of books that explain people how to live, how to build their business and relations with business partners; some authors focus on the topic of earning money…


The Guns of August

When Barbara W. Tuchman wrote The Guns of August in 1962, her main intention was to detail and describe the causes of World War I and how it was carried out during the first month of insurgence. In this book, she provides the military history in response to the first month of the war in a manner that entices the reader to be interested in it because of the detailed events it incorporates. In a summary…