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Peer Review Week 5- 19th Century Literature

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I thought this was a neat post. Your repetition of “without” and emphasis on “STOP” in the first paragraph, the way you describe the commuters compacting and flattening themselves, and then likening them to cattle being herded through the train doors with their hooves; all really accurately reflect on the repetitive nature of a city worker and the “daily grind”.

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Week 5- 19th Century Literature

Charles Dickens and Thomas Carlyle

                      

When Charles Dickens wrote Hard Times – For These Times, he dedicated his book to Thomas Carlyle, a historian and essayist from Scotland. 242 more words

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Peer Review Week 4- 19th Century Literature

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Hayley :) When looking through your “digital kit” I thought you covered a lot of ground and made wise selections with all the information available to you. 25 more words

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ENGL200: Week Five.

2/ Ekphrastic: in one paragraph or in a few short stanzas tell the story – as you see it- of Luke Fildes’ painting “The Widower“. 135 more words

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Week 4: 19th Century Literature Peer Review

That video was scary. Your response was very well put, I understand how you would get those ideas of Demonic or Daemonic. Your examples were really good and I loved the way that you explained your ideas a lot more clearly. 7 more words

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Week 3: 19th Century Literature Peer Review

What a very good read. I loved the use of rhyme and imagery used in your poem, I can definitely see how you would get all those ideas by looking at that painting, they really relate to the goings on in it. 14 more words

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Week 2: 19th Century Literature Peer Review

Wow, I really enjoyed reading this, very original. It made me feel like I was there, sharing your thoughts and feelings in that moment! You truly encapsulated the beauty and surroundings of nature. 6 more words

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