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I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS - 4

After reading and reflecting upon my novel of choice, I have come to many conclusions.

Firstly, I believe viewing this novel from a feminist perspective truly allows me to personify and make sense of the vastness of this situation and the ways in which it impacted Maya Angelou’s life. 569 more words

UMPUI #22 (Table Prayer: Belmont House)

Holly Andres. Table Prayer: Belmont House. 2015.

Wed. July 27th, 2016. 7:35 PM. Begin:

She has a secret, one the left. One that the one on the right does not want to keep, but is loyal enough to keep regardless. 64 more words

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I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS - 3

I believe this piece of writing is easier to analyze from a feminist perspective as opposed to a post colonial perspective as much of the content is centered around Maya and her experiences as a young black girl growing up during Prohibition.  625 more words

What it Takes to be a "Good Atheist" (A response to Kirk Cameron)

Ah, Kirk.  I haven’t had a laugh at your expense since that time that I made fun of your Christmas movie.  Did a review of that.  1,392 more words

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UMPUI #21 (Roxie and Raquel)

Deana Lawson. Roxie and Raquel. 2010.

Tue. July 26th, 2016. 8:44 PM. Begin:

What a strange posture. Where am I? Where are they? I am confined and constricted–claustrophobic–in this room with no release to doors and no access to the transparency of a window, with two women in a strange ritual movement that seems just the opposite of innocent.

End. 8:45 PM. Tue. July 26th, 2016.

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An Answer to the Bullies

I just posted a blog post as a kind of answer to the bullies I faced in high school on The Girl in the Boots… 174 more words

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