Often in Maggie Crane returns anonymity to characters he has already introduced by referring to them as "the girl", "the boy" or "the woman". This represents how these characters are archetypes of stereotypical American slum life in the late nineteen (More)
Upon reading the poem “Spirit Whose Work Is Done” by Walt Whitman, my initial reaction, as what appeared to be that of many others as well, was that the spirit referred to was that of war itself. There are many indications of this interpretation (More)