Garments of Red: A Short Story of the Christian Martyrs

“Fascinated, the Romans watched as the lions bounded heavily toward the cluster of Christians…”

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No True Knight: A Critique of Chivalry in George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire”

“With A Song of Ice and Fire unfinished, the question remains open whether Martin believes the purification of chivalry, on a large scale and for the long term, is likely, or even possible…”

Imperiling Empowerment: An Analysis of “Let It Go” in Disney’s “Frozen”

“‘Let It Go’ informs the audience of the evil and the despair that Elsa has the potential to fall into, while keeping her a completely sympathetic character…”

Unheard Voices

“They deserve more than just being a choice, for they are loved, we are their voice…”

Nina in Germany

“She was probably supposed to be going to a show. I mean, a dog like that doesn’t belong anywhere but in a show kennel or a home…”

The Death of General Wolfe: A Social Commentary on Art and Identity

“He responded that he was a French and Indian War reenactor, a devotee of British General James Wolfe…In fact, he said had just participated in a living tableau of Benjamin West’s iconic painting of Wolfe’s death.”

Flame of Truth

“Glorious flame of Truth, make of each heart a candle…”

A One of a Kind Lady: A Tribute to My Grandmother Lucy

“I remember vividly the times I spent with her on family trips to New Jersey over the years, and I fondly reminisce on all the adventures we had together…”