The following authors and texts are read by the students of The Tutoring Underground because of their complexity and dedication to liberty. If it is a story, look for good decisions and bad decisions as you read. If it is an essay, look for the points, reasons, and examples as your read. Always look for transitions.
A staircase in Helsinki, cast in black-and-white style, reminiscent of an eye. The eye is connected to George Orwell because of the fear of secret police that pervades his work, whose watchful eye we all must fear. Photo by Petri Heiskanen on Unsplash.

George Orwell

The Lion and The Unicorn, Animal Farm, 1984, Politics and The English Language

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Many bells with few colors, particularly representative of the works of Edgar Allen Poe as taught by The Tutoring UndergroundPhoto by Shaouraav Shreshtha on Unsplash

Edgar Allen Poe

The Bells, The Raven, The Tell-Tale Heart, The Black Cat, The Cask of Amontillado, The Masque of the Red Death, A Dream Within A Dream

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