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London Under Chains

Overall, through use of figurative language as well as other devices, William Blake’s “London” paints a more vivid picture of the city than William Wordsworth’s “London, 1802” does. 335 more words

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We Were Liars - Review

This book. I don’t know where to begin.

As a whole, the book was good, more than good. It was expertly written. It’s not my favorite book of the summer, but I devoured it in one evening. 581 more words


Ruddy Rubescent Red

If you’re thinking about figurative language (and who isn’t?), you’ve probably bumped your head on the thought words have meaning, but whose? And too much meaning for their own good, or ours. 1,211 more words


Counting by 7's p. 196-249

“It takes us three trips to haul the mountain down to the laundry room.
After we get the first load started, Pattie morphs into some kind of human tornado. 340 more words

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We live in a world that promotes various truths. As such, it is sometimes difficult to determine what is actually real from what is not. If I told you my name was Lisa, but someone else told you my name was Samantha, you would argue that this person is not telling the truth, since I have personally given you my name. 1,750 more words


Counting by 7's p. 1-47

“I’m what’s called ‘a person of color.”
And my parents are not.
They are two of the whitest white people in the world (no exaggeration). 195 more words

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English 3 Honors & Summer Reading

Don’t forget, students! You should have read The Things They Carried, and two of the following books over the summer: