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Short blog post: Response #44

As I have stated over and over and over again, I thoroughly enjoyed this class. The ideas that my classmates brought to the table, if you will, were amazing; everyone’s thoughts were intelligently, well-thought-out. 310 more words

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Long blog post: Response #43

Billie-Jo’s murder was one of my three choices for this assignment. I formed the group myself, and created our Facebook message group. My group members and I worked so well together. 592 more words

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Short Blog Post: Response #39: A Blast From the Past!

I read A Mysterious Affair at Styles, and I definitely enjoyed it. Some moments reminded me of several moments in Wilkie Collins’s The Moonstone, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s A Study in Scarlet, and E.W. 331 more words

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Short blog post–Response #34: Ngaio Marsh.

After reading other’s comments about the beginning of the story, I thought I would be in for another dreadful reading, if you will; however, Ngaio Marsh’s… 474 more words

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Long Blog post–Response #33: Billie-Jo Jenkins, The Bludgeoned Beauty! (Mystery Group Assignment)!

Note: All writings from my perspective of Annie Jenkins and Ruth Bristow is just that . . . my perspective. All writings from their point of view have been fabricated and exaggerated for a class assignment. 914 more words

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Short blog post–Response #29: Hidden Desires Are No Longer Repressed.

World War I had a major impact on British society: “The First World War had a profound impact upon British society. It swept away much of the old Victorian and Edwardian order and established many of the features that we associate with ‘modern’ 20th-century Britain” (“The War and the Changing Face of British Society.” ). 457 more words

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