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Critical Insights: All Quiet on the Western Front (Info | Start Now)
A great starting point for students or casual readers looking for a introduction to the themes and discussions on Erich Maria Remarque's novel, All Quiet on the Western Front.
Critical Insights: Arthur Miller (Info | Start here)
Among the twentieth century's greatest playwrights, Arthur Miller is recognized today as a formative influence on modern American drama.
Critical Insights: Barbara Kingsolver (Info | Start here)
Over the past two decades, Barbara Kingsolver has built a sizable reputation as one of the most politically engaged writers in America.
Critical Insights: Benjamin Franklin (Info | Start here)
Edited and introduced by 18th century scholar Jack Lynch, Professor of English at Rutgers University, Newark, this volume examines several facets of America's most famous polymath.
Critical Insights: Charles Dickens (Info | Start here)
More than 175 years since Charles Dickens won over readers with his irrepressible Pickwick Papers, he still endures as one of the world's most beloved and influential novelists.
Critical Insights: Death of a Salesman (Info | Start Now)
A great starting point for students or casual readers looking for a introduction to the themes and discussions on Authur Miller's play, Death of a Salesman.
Critical Insights: Emily Dickinson (Info | Start now)
Emily Dickinson's poetry, letters, and life have astounded readers and scholars alike for more than one hundred years. She is the author some of the world's most original, enigmatic, and expansive poems.
Critical Insights: F. Scott Fitzgerald (Info | Start here)
The hard-partying, insouciant twenty-something whose first novel spoke for a generation; the preternaturally gifted writer who struggled to master his talent; the dissolute alcoholic who watched the world pass him by before dying in obscurity-the
Critical Insights: Gabriel García Márquez (Info | Start here)
Gabriel García Márquez, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982, "is credited for almost single-handedly reinventing Latin America." García Márquez, a trained journalist, made his indelible mark on literature with the 1967 publication of
Critical Insights: Great Expectations (Info | Start Now)
A great starting point for students or casual readers looking for a introduction to the themes and discussions on Charles Dickens' novel, Great Expectations.

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