I have been finding it very difficult to come up with topics/ theses for my essay assignments and I think reading the works of more experienced scholars may be useful. However, I haven't been able to find a site that hosts good quality literary critiques. All I've found are sites with thousands of essays of varied (and mostly poor) quality and sites with reviews of literature as opposed to works which make an argument about a specific part of a novel/ poem/ film (which is what I'm looking for).
To be clear I'm looking for a website which hosts articles/ essays on topics like (from the top of my head) intertexuality in [some famous novel], use of color to convey [something] in Akira, or an comparison of tones in Yehuda Amichai's "Jerusalem" and Mahmoud Darwish's "Identity Card". My ideal (though almost certain such a site doesn't exist) would be a website that gives its audience a reading assignment each week and then provides several different good quality essays about different aspects of that work before moving on to the next one the week after. I'm looking to see how professional writers respond to classic works. I'm not looking to use the site to plagiarize anyone else's work.
Does such a website exist? Where do professional critics publish their works?