Anna Coronina… or How Classic Books Would Change if the Main Character had Coronavirus

By Alyssa Grimaldi Part of the magic in reading emerges from the distinct ability of imagining yourself in the place of any protagonist. You can be Elizabeth Bennet at the ball with Mr. Darcy, Harry Potter fighting Voldemort, or Hamlet avenging his father’s untimely death. But what if characters from classic literary works were in… More Anna Coronina… or How Classic Books Would Change if the Main Character had Coronavirus

Why Genre Literature Should Be Welcome in the Classroom

By Jonathan Trinque Throughout my academic career, I have had a fair amount of exposure to the literary canon. But in all that time the only overt genre novel I think I’ve ever read in a classroom was Lois Lowry’s The Giver in eighth grade. That is before last semester, where I had the pleasure… More Why Genre Literature Should Be Welcome in the Classroom