||This screenplay, The Dance, tells a story of a woman struggling for a life and love
to call her own in a world where so few choices are her own. It is a fictional story based
on a factual romance set during World War II. Instead of focusing on the ...
|Theodore Dreiser's Gloom and Estelle Bloom Kubitz's I and one of the others : an edition
||Theodore Dreiser was one of the most important American writers from the period of
1900 to the 1930s. Of signal importance to understanding Dreiser’s life and works are the years
he lived in Greenwich Village, 1914 to 1919. He left his wife, Sara, ...
|Hamlin Garland's 1887 travel notebook : an edition
||In the summer of 1887, Hamlin Garland took a trip from Boston to the Midwest, which he chronicled in a notebook. During his journey, he stopped in Chicago and met with author Joseph Kirkland, who urged the young Garland to write fiction and to pract...
|The case of Jack London : plagiarism, creativity, and authorship
||The notion of authorship has undergone many changes from the Middle Ages until today. The demand for originality raises questions what authorship and the legitimate use of source materials in writing are. Plagiarism is often suspected when it seems...