Dear Reader,

The Boston Hound is a collection of stories, reviews, essays, and works relating to literature and subsequent analyses on the world around us, in the hopes of providing a new perspective on the issues of the day.

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Welcome to The Boston Hound V 1.9!

Featured Articles


Catch-22, the extended – and completely original – analysis.

Organized Papers

Transcendentalism and what it means to be a part of an “Unnatural” Society, according to The Scarlet Letter.


In imagining the state of humanity centuries away, should humanity prioritize its survival or its success? What are the merits of building a castle in the sky?


In chasing a dream, one cannot remain unchanged, and the American Experience, for better or for worse, reinvented – and destroyed – the man Nick Carraway knew as Jay Gatsby.

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As the site is still under renovation, please enjoy the following articles from older versions of TBH. Please reach out if encountering any errors, missing pages, or typo’s!

A detective looking like both Holmes and Poirot

Holmes or Poirot?

The internet is split: which of these legendary detectives is better — and which could solve a mystery faster? The answers — with detailed comparisons, data, and explanations — are finally here.

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Philosophers Or Pessimists: Who's Right?

Orwell's 1984 contrasts directly with Aristotle's famous law of noncondradiction - but that doesn't mean it's entirely wrong.
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TBH Halloween Magazine!

From the archives: when we did our Halloween Issue || Off the shelves by February 2024!