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Classical References in "The Danger Makers"

One of the threads that runs through the Season 4 episode “The Danger Makers” is a set of references to Classical mythology. The Danger Makers all take code names based in Greco-Roman myth, and they refer to their dangerous stunts as “the Labors of Hercules.” The names that are taken by each Danger Maker and the references to Hercules’ Twelve Labors are not made at random. 2,392 more words

John Steed

The Sorting of Regulus Black

Using the Hogwarts Houses as a basis for character analysis is pretty much my favorite hobby. I guess I’m just weird like that. And while I spend a lot of time thinking about what Houses characters from other stories might be in, I also have a lot of thoughts about the Harry Potter characters themselves, especially those that break House stereotypes. 669 more words

Hogwarts Houses

Anime&MBTI - Typing Oscar (Versailles no Bara)

I don’t want to spoil anything for you guys, but this week will be packed with nostalgia. And we’re starting right off the bat with a character typing from… 1,113 more words


On Character Analysis and Cognitive Narratology: Why You Cried at the End of "The Last of Us" Research Poster

Dear Reader,

the first paper for this quarter is going to be on the video game The Last of Us. The paper provides an introduction to cognitive narratology and character analyses of the two main characters. 51 more words


QotD: Percy Weasley

Percy Weasley has the distinction of being the least favorite Weasley. Yet he is so well written. Often that is so great about J. K. Rowling’s writing. 253 more words

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What Makes Half-Blood Prince So Important?

Between the darker tone and heavier themes of Order of the Phoenix and the all-out epic conclusion to the series in Deathly Hallows, it’s easy to overlook… 1,003 more words

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The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro


Fiction, Historical fiction, Character analysis


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Mr Stevens, the esteemed butler of Darlington Hall, embarks on a motor trip to Cornwall to visit Miss Kenton, his former housekeeper. 447 more words