Few figures in our Author Bank have life stories as dramatic as Olaudah Equiano’s—an “interesting narrative” indeed …
Morrison: “Peace Which Passeth Understanding” By Gabriel Blanchard Morrison re-presents a perennial theme in our literature: the mystery of iniquity, of not only suffering but active evil. She
Student Essay: A Shepherd In the Wilderness By Bennet Bauer Being a priest in the Southwest in the 1870s was not a calling for the faint of heart.
Clio in America: Teaching American History Classically By Travis Copeland American history, spanning only a few centuries, hardly seems classical. Is there even a way to teach it
Student Essay: Superstition and Religion in Huckleberry Finn By Catherine Gath Twain’s portrait of what religion and superstition are to Finn indicate a subtle relationship between the two.