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Oh What a Long Night

I am an eternal optimist. I tend to believe that with time, self-reflection, forgiveness, and prayer that most of life’s hurts can be resolved. But why does trauma destroy some lives while enriching others? 827 more words

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Carl Jung's Contribution to Psychoanalytic Theory

A philosopher, psychoanalyst and a disciple of Freud, CG Jung treated the human self as the totality of all psychic processes considering the Freudian concept of individual consciousness as incomplete and unnecessarily negative, Jung proposed a second and far deeper level of the unconscious, which he called… 189 more words

Literary Theory

The beginning of the end (or me starting to freak out and get nostalgic because I graduate in 12 days!)

Fun fact: I just wrote an entire blog post. Then it disappeared. What?! Where did it go? Sometimes I love the internet and sometimes I hate it. 750 more words


The Ant-Man Cometh

I appear to have slumped back into my “Plagues of Egypt” period. Ants are attempting a pincer movement in my kitchen (worktops, cupboards, floor, bin) and my counter-offensive is proving useless. 267 more words

Anna Christie

«Gimme a whisky, ginger ale on the side, and don’t be stingy, baby!», Greta Garbo nei panni di Anna Christie

MGM; 21 febbraio 1930; regia di… 493 more words


The Glass Menagerie vs. Other Plays

Based on reading the introduction, character list and production notes, The Glass Menagerie seems to be the most similar to Long Day’s Journey Into Night. Both plays are based on family conflicts and depict various members of the family facing their inner demons. 263 more words

Oscar Wilde

At Last: Long Day’s Journey Into Night

It’s a perk to live in Bristol nowadays. With the Bristol Old Vic celebrating a 250th anniversary this year, there’s an enviable programme to enjoy all year round, and Eugene O’Neill’s ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’ is at the heart of it. 401 more words