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Breaking Bad: Season 2:1-4: It's the reverse of what's claimed

A glamorized photo image of a drawing of our two heroes — becoming a father-and-son pair in the second season

Dear friends and readers,

I’ve now begun the second season of… 1,562 more words

20th Century Culture

Independent Work Day, 4/17 (American Literature)

Today’s Learning Target:

I will use today’s class period to get ready for tomorrow’s small group discussion by reading To Kill a Mockingbird, writing Bloom’s questions, and/or working on my role responsibility. 62 more words

American Literature

Twain, Shakespeare, and Nonsense

Tonight, Andrew presented his proposal for a final paper on Mark Twain’s allusions to Shakespeare as nonsense in Huckleberry Finn. This will be the final paper for his Folklore of Play class. 411 more words

Kerouac Krew

The Invention Of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd- Review

A justifiably distressing book which is nonetheless richly beautiful with a powerful sense of place.

‘An affront to destiny’ is the perfect description of the way in which the two main characters fly in the face of the futures mapped out for them by the society they are born into.  860 more words

Book Reviews

American Literature 16 April 2014 Dark Girls Full Documentary

1. I highly suggest you watch the entire documentary over break to gather additional research for your papers!

Looking at Primary Sources, 4/16 (American Literature)

Today’s Learning Target:

I will analyze some primary source photos from the historical time period of To Kill a Mockingbird by viewing photos and recording my thoughts on a graphic organizer and sharing with my small group. 48 more words

American Literature

Andrea Reads America: California

California. I don’t think I stopped grinning when I got to California after reading wintry Alaska, then dry Arizona, then dusty Arkansas. I needed The Golden State for a little R&R. 1,519 more words