There is, among the works of Philip Roth, a book his friends urged him not to publish. Another writer his age might not care, he acknowledged, but he did. He combed through the memoir, countering it point by point. Roth dropped the project, but it spurred him on with a different quest. He wanted to find a suitable biographer, someone who could refute Bloom for him. At various points he had tried to enlist Judith Thurman and Hermione Lee, both close friends and accomplished biographers.
Literature Review Of Schizophrenia And Personality Disorders | Bartleby
It was published in Japan in ,  and in the United States by Picador in Stephen Snyder translated the book into English. A woman visits a bakery on her son's birthday. When she arrives, no one is at the counter, and she sits down to wait. While waiting, an elderly woman comes in and sits next to her, and after some conversation, the narrator reveals that her son is dead. As she sits meditating on the day she found her son--who died of suffocation after crawling into a refrigerator--and the aftermath of his death, she notices a young woman in the back of the shop, weeping. Rather than intervene, she watches the woman cry and waits for her to come out.
Book Review : A Bloodless Collection of the Literature of Revenge
Revenge is defined as the act of committing a harmful action against a person or group in response to a grievance , be it real  or perceived. Social psychologist Ian Mckee states that the desire for the sustenance of power motivates vengeful behavior as a means of impression management: "People who are more vengeful tend to be those who are motivated by power, by authority and by the desire for status. They don't want to lose face ". Vengeful behavior has been found across a majority of human societies.
Edgar Allan Poe — was the first major American writer explicitly to advocate the autonomy of poetry, the freeing of poetry from moral or educational or intellectual imperatives. His fundamental strategy for perceiving such autonomy was to view poetry not as an object but as a series of effects. His poem The Raven was widely popular.