‘Lapvona’: A Medieval Commentary on Modern Life – Book Review

Literature Goes to the Movies — The Imaginative Conservative (Reblog)

When works of literature go to the movies, it’s usually an unpleasant sight. There are noble exceptions, however, which are worthy of praise. The film adaptions of two literary classics come to mind. 962 more words

Literature Goes to the Movies — The Imaginative Conservative

Edgar Allan Poe & the Mask of the 20th Century — The Imaginative Conservative (Reblog)

The name Edgar Allan Poe conjures images of the macabre, murder, insanity, and self-destruction, but is this the real Edgar Poe? BUT for the cruel aspersions upon the character and life of America’s poetic genius, EDGAR ALLAN POE, this volume would have remained unwritten. 3,852 more words

Edgar Allan Poe & the Mask of the 20th Century — The Imaginative Conservative