Conrad’s novel is listed no. 32 in The Guardian’s 100 best novels series. See: http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/apr/28/100-best-novels-heart-of-darkness-joseph-conrad
so much depends upon
a little pig on a wheelbarrow.
it has eaten the chickens
and the plums and the future
An interview with Joyce Carol Oates, the creator of Arnold Friend and Connie (‘Where are You Going, Where have You Been’), well known to anyone who has taken Pleasures of the Text in first year.
Two sites looking at the composition of the graphic novel Maus (which is on the Pleasures of the Text course). This is one of the best known graphic novels. It is based on the author’s father’s life and represents the Jews as mice and the Nazis as cats.