The Bigger Picture

Alfred Hitchcock was a known artist by means of film and themes, respectively. He is considered an icon among many filmmakers during his time, and he regarded as the same since his passing. What he was able to create theatrically was reflected in every scene, even at some point inspiring or foreshadowing movies within movies… Continue reading The Bigger Picture


Much Ado About Endings

Romeo and Juliet is one of William Shakespeare's most famous plays for all of the wrong reasons. It revolves around two young individuals literally risking their lives for one another in a span of what seems less than a week. Along with their respected families dreading each other, more conflict is drawn in by family… Continue reading Much Ado About Endings

of De Witt Williams, whom died in my alley

Since being introduced to her in my English Studies class, Gwendolyn Brooks has been a writer that whom poetry tells so much in the little words that are said. It can be hard for some to picture the imagery right off the bat; still, her storytelling captures reality for the typical African-American growing life. I… Continue reading of De Witt Williams, whom died in my alley

An American Dream Deferred

It can be difficult to define the American Dream, for it can be interpreted in more ways than one. An example may be from the novel "Of Mice and Men", which involved two drifters and partners, George and Lennie, trying to gather enough funds via working place to place to eventually have land of their… Continue reading An American Dream Deferred