On the literary works of Russian author Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.
Until his death on October 14, Richard Wilbur had spent nearly half a century as America's greatest living poet.
Dante Alighieri (1265-1321), Italian poet and moral philosopher, authored "The Divine Comedy".
There are many benefits to exposing children to the famous playwright's works.
The notice of Gerard Manley Hopkins's death in the "Register of the English Province" states "he had a most subtle mind, which too quickly wore out the fragile strength of his body."
For those who are concerned with important books, "The Magician's Nephew" should be a concern.
Lewis' novel portrays the clash of two world views that reflect the cultural wars of the late twentieth and twenty-first centuries — the civilization of love versus the culture of death.
The boy who is really a puppet begins to cry, and not merely to cry, but to cry "desperately."
When I first read and re-read the seven Narnia books, The Silver Chair was easily my favorite.
A mark of excellent children's literature is that it appeals to adults.