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due: Act Two

By the start of the W/Th class, please have read through the end of Act Two.

As you read, ask yourself how you would respond to these characters and this plot, if the story took place today.

Thank you.


agenda M/T Dec 11/12: A DOLL'S HOUSE (act two)

learning goal: how do associations with the play’s title evolve over the course of Ibsen’s A Doll’s House?

Act One: written response (TBA)

Act Two: read aloud together


due M/T Dec 11/12: read Act One of "A Doll's House"

If you have not already, download (export to PDF) a copy of Henrik Ibsen’s play, A Doll’s House.  You will find a link on this course blog’s page called “World Poets, Poems, and Plays.” 46 more words


agenda Th/F Dec 7/8: entering A Doll's House

learning goal: after reading the play’s opening scenes, how do you make sense of the title?

download play from this blog’s page called “World Poets, Poems, and Plays”


Dolls house renovation part 3

Welcome back to my fun dolls house renovation blog series.

Im really starting to get into this renovation now, Ive organised my work area, which due to the dolls house size is part of my conservatory! 515 more words

The Miniaturist - Jessie Burton

“Every woman is the architect of her own fortune.” – I am going to start with the end of the review: I LOVED this book. So much so, I read the entire thing on a five-hour flight from Hawaii to San Francisco. 161 more words


It's Christmas in the dollhouse!

Here’s a short slideshow I made this week, showing some dollhouse scenes with Christmas-themed miniature needlepoint from my range of kits, to get you in the mood for the festive season: 199 more words