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The Loss of Identity: Autogynephilic Transsexuality in Jealousy

Fall into the tropical world of Alaine Robbe-Grillet’s novel Jealousas I examine the complexity of the novel’s narrator. A story told in entangled arcs of narrative progression,  120 more words

Some Thoughts on “East of the Sun and West of the Moon”

Among Andrew Lang’s collection of fairy tales in The Blue Fairy Book lies a strange and somewhat repetitive tale known as “East of the Sun and West of the Moon.”  Though the tale feels somewhat like “Beauty and the Beast” at first, it soon becomes a very strong allegory for leading a wholesome Christian life.  1,177 more words

Analysis

Lit Analysis: Ma. Elena Paulma's "Three Kisses"

Three Kisses: A Literary Analysis
Farrah Marie E. Catubay

The Three Kisses is an honest and heartening love story unusually written in today’s generation. While most stories nowadays are about young love, Elena Paulma crafted this short story about old people who chose to marry for practical reasons. 1,583 more words

Literature

"Tintern Abbey" and Raskolvnikov: Memory's Contrasting Consequences

“TINTERN ABBEY” AND RASKOVNIKOV: MEMORY’S CONTRASTING CONSEQUENCES

By Sarah Baugher

Word count: 1801

Rating: PG

Summary: A discussion of “Lines Written a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey” and  1,790 more words

Nonfiction

Three Types of Historical Fiction: Accurate, Inaccurate, and in the Middle

THREE TYPES OF HISTORICAL FICTION: ACCURATE, INACCURATE, AND IN THE MIDDLE

By Emily Kopf

Word count: 1263

Rating: G

Summary: An analysis of the three main categories of historical fiction… 1,277 more words

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Lit Analysis: The Summer Solstice and Wedding Dance

The Summer Solstice and Wedding Dance: Defiance of the Stereotyped Social Roles

Farrah Marie E. Catubay

Nick Joaquin’s Summer Solstice and Amado Daguio’s Wedding Dance are eye-opening literary works that described the reality in the Philippines before and maybe also today. 1,004 more words

Literature

Checking In and Classic American Literature

I’m a highschool student right now, and as the system dictates (or requires of me with the threat of “throwing my life away”), I show up to each of my seven classes every day from eight in the morning to a quarter after three, get my eight hours of sleep, and most days, work part-time. 1,805 more words

Philosophy