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Fear No More: Sunlight and Society in Mrs. Dalloway

Although Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway describes the course of only one day, the small timeframe presents an enormous amount of contradictions. Characters change their opinions, emotions are rarely set in stone, and trains of thought come close to crashing. 1,953 more words

Literary Analysis

Midwife, by Claudia Emerson

something they must remember
and will in the telling

and retelling they are I am
for a while now
sure this sure of it

~Claudia Emerson…

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Two Round Characters Called Hansel and Grethel

by Savita Bhimsen

In some instances, characters take such precedence that their existence is captured in the title of the overall story. Take for example, the Grimm’s “Hansel and Grethel”. 500 more words

Explaining "Into the Rose-Garden"

Time present and time past
Are both perhaps present in time future
And time future contained in time past.
If all time is eternally present…

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An interesting TV season


That’s all I can say about the TV season that just ended. Before I go further, I warn you that this post will contain spoilers for The Blacklist and The Flash. 586 more words


Marking Your Books

I remember being told to always read with a pencil during my high school and college years. Or pen. Or highlighter. And that doing so would enable me to locate and better remember important details of the story. 298 more words

Maybe it started with being inadequate

Today I will do a literary breakdown that strokes at my identity as a human being. This literary breakdown comes from a very famous speech that we have almost all heard in a movie or other. 1,480 more words