What up, literary gangstas? This week our main homie navigates us through the world of individualism, in Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead.
What up, yo. Our main literary peep, Sparky Sweets returns to get real with Kurt Vonnegut’s irreverent anti-war joint, Slaughterhouse 5.
Abandon all hope ye who enter here, shawty. Dante’s Inferno is the quintessential trip down south. Pointing out the landmarks is our main man, Sparky Sweets.
Continuing on a theme, our main literary realist Sparky Sweets explains the subtleties of Harper Lee’s “other” book, Go Set a Watchman.
Our main literary playa Sparky Sweets is here to drop some home made truth about Hemingway’s subtextual masterpiece, The Sun Also Rises.
What it do, playa? The earnest genius of Sparky Sweets PHd extracts the real meaning behind a book of shameful context, Nabokov’s “Lolita.”
What up, broletariats? For today’s lesson, we have Sparky Sweets PHd to explain George Orwell’s subtextual dig at socialism, Animal Farm.
What up, nerds. Regular readers of TBS know we all about readin’ the classic shizzle, but for those not in the book ‘hood, we’ve found Thug Notes.