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19TH CENTURY LITERATURE: BLOG POST 4 (critical)

How effective do you think Charles Dickens was in pointing to the heart of the problem with contemporary education? Have we learned anything since his day? 236 more words

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The human and artistic concerns of both the Romantic and Victorian Ages are similar to our own concerns; the response to those concerns- given by poets, novelists, dramatists, … 579 more words

19th Century Literature

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SUMMATIVE ENTRY

Going into this unit of literature, I had an idea of what we would be exploring. In the 20th Century Literature unit I did last year, we talked a lot about Transcendentalism which was not to be confused with Romanticism, a prominent movement in this unit. 434 more words

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Peer Review 6

https://nadiarudek.wordpress.com/2018/05/07/george-eliot-silas-marner-lecture-tutorial/

Hi Nadia! This blog made me really feel for the young girl who lost her precious bunny, I can’t relate as I don’t remember the time I had a pet. 64 more words

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Peer Review 5

https://tylahfragiadakis.wordpress.com/2018/04/23/entry-5/

Hi Tylah! Through this blog, I can see how this painting inspired you and your curiosity. It is a beautiful artwork and I can definitely see what you observed about regality and the extravagance in this portrait. 60 more words

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Peer Review 4

https://khuynhvo.wordpress.com/2018/04/28/liberation-in-education/

Hi Katrina, your letter to Mr Gragrind is much kinder than the one I wrote! But I believe your approach to telling him that his view on education is “one dimensional” is much better than mine in a sense that you appeal to similarities of what you both think. 61 more words

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Peer Review 2

https://writingsfromas.wordpress.com/2018/03/25/b2-2/

I love this poem; it has kind of a mysterious nature to it. The use of repetition of “come closer” while you slowly reveal the meaning through visual images of this woman. 65 more words

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