American War Poetry: the Korean War

First, I believe what was meant to be my first post was a comment, which was a mistake, but I thought I would make that clarification. To the primary point, American poetry from the Korean War has been interesting to read and definitely differs as a whole from poetry inspired by World War II.  Korean […]

Blot Post #3: Destroying Definitions

In my last post, I talked a bit about some of the ideas I had about writing my paper. Well now I’ve been involved in the writing process for over a week, and I’ve written about 16 ½ pages of my actual paper. It’s been an interesting process, and I find that my ideas keep […]

Abstract: The Evolution of the Epic

The epic is a classic literary genre that usually takes the form of a long narrative poem involving heroic deeds that take place on a grand scale. The epic is one of the earliest types of written literature as evidenced by the Mesopotamian text, The Epic of Gilgamesh. Since then, epics have continued to be […]