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Week 7 - Peer Review

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Hi Christina,

I loved your poem!
I think that you really captured the inevitability of the certain things that happen in life, and I really enjoyed how you have explored how faith has enabled you to accept these things in life.

– Courtney

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Week 6 - Peer Review

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Hi Emily,

This is incredible, I thought your take on this creative task was extremely creative and enjoyable to read. I thought you made some excellent points.
Love it.

– Courtney

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Week 6) Describe in a short prose paragraph/ or poem the essence of what you consider to be the most important ingredients of what makes a satisfactory life

What people consider to be a satisfactory life is very subjective depending on the person. What some may say is important in being satisfied with your life may be very different from what others need in order to be satisfied. 229 more words

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Week 5) Ekphrastic: in one paragraph or in a few short stanzas tell the story – as you see it- of Luke Fildes’ painting “The Widower“.

Luke Fildes’ painting “The Widower” shows a family in distress and sadness. This family has obviously gone through a tough and distressful situation and it is clear most specifically in the father’s facial expression, he looks worried, distressed, anxious in a way and also exhausted at the fact that he has been left to look after his five children alone, he has to provide for them as well as being their primary caretaker. 72 more words

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Her Lover- Anton Chekov

An acquaintance of mine once told me the following story.

When I was a student at Moscow I happened to live alongside one of those ladies whose repute is questionable. 1,982 more words

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