Critical analysis of ‘As The Team’s Head Brass’ by Edward Thomas

Edward Thomas was born in London. He worked as a book reviewer, reviewing upto 15 books every week. He worked as a literary critic for the Daily Chronicle. Robert Frost encouraged Thomas to write poetry. Thomas was promoted Corporal and in November 1916 was commissioned into the Royal Garrison Artillery as second lieutenant. He was … Continue reading Critical analysis of ‘As The Team’s Head Brass’ by Edward Thomas

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Reply to a Dead Man by Walter Mosley Summary

The story starts off with an informal introduction of the protagonist, Roger and the recent events that have occurred in his family. Having lost his Job, then his brother and his inability to even attend the funeral sets off the story with a sort of depressed tone, foreshadowing even worse things to come. Roger’s brother, … Continue reading Reply to a Dead Man by Walter Mosley Summary