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Kickstart This: Elegy for a Dead World

I just backed my first Kickstarter project, Elegy for a Dead World, and I’m excited.

I originally noticed the game last week via Rock, Paper, Shotgun… 586 more words

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Student Spotlight: Essay on "Ozymandias," by Nathaniel

The poem “Ozymandias” by Percy Bysshe Shelley was written in 1817, as a statue of Ramesses II was en route to London for display in the British Museum. 921 more words


Vitality in all, Respect for all; essay on George Orwell's "A Hanging"

Vitality in all, Respect for all

written by Clara Rosalie (the 9th grader), on George Orwell’s short story A hanging

Within ‘A Hanging’, George Orwell satirically laughs at the assumption that it is just to treat certain people in a contemptuous manner, which is a thought that origins from the social misperception that these people who are disrespected have less spirit inside them. 857 more words

7th-9th Gr.@ Cheongshim International Academy

They're coming for you, David!

A teacher at the school I work at is going back for her degree (yay higher education!) and asked me to help her with a literature assignment. 1,521 more words


The Meta Self

If you knew someone else was going to read your confession, would you edit it? How honest would you be about your boss’ unwanted affections? Your lover’s crippled self-esteem and neediness? 1,825 more words

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Next-in-Reading #32: Myth of the Stone

Title: Myth of the Stone – 20th Anniversary Edition

Author: Gwee Li Sui
Year: 2013
Epigram Books

“The most natural thing in a dilemma like this is to return to where it all began.” 479 more words

Joelyn Alexandra

Jane Eyre: Literature's Favorite Introvert

I recently watched a film version of Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre (a most excellent adaptation too, I may add). This particular version was made in 2011 with Mia Wasikowska, a gaunt, petite actress whose understated acting style and mousy yet soulful face was perfect for the role. 488 more words

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