Monthly Archives: March 2008

Senioritis…

My school week is over…I officially have six full weeks of school before graduation. I have five classes…five final projects. All of a sudden, I feel a sense of apathy and wish to not do any more reading or writing. … Continue reading

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day…

I just wanted to say….. Kubler Swiss Absinthe Superieure mixed with Cherry 7 Up….. Is Delicious!

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ET Writing Prospects…

So I found out today in Writing for an ET Audience, that besides SETI (Click Here in case you don’t know what SETI is), may have the best polished works in a science magazine (professor talked to two of them … Continue reading

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Fantasy and Religion Midterm Spring ’08

4. How do these texts deal with apocalypse, transitions, and end times? Why? How does this theme function in terms of fantasy and its desires? How does this theme function in terms of historical context? The Ultimate Consolation When I … Continue reading

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Backpack Attack…

Well my backpack has finally died that I have had for the most of high school and college. The zipper completely broke today between classes. Luckily I have my Inuyasha bag at home but alas, it is smaller but will … Continue reading

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My Writing

Well I have decided to post my writings on this site this being a blog and me being an English major. The following is my midterm for my Cultures of Nature class and three are three of my favorite papers … Continue reading

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What is Nature?

At home I have been contemplating what nature is exactly. I keep telling myself that Nature is everything since each item has a bit of nature as a foundation. For example, I am using my laptop and drinking out of … Continue reading

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Morality: Expressed in the Words of Johnson and Hawthorne

Nathaniel Hawthorne and Samuel Johnson both placed a high value on being virtuous. Johnson expressed in The Rambler that he believed that literature should show moral values being expressed, especially for young people to emulate. Hawthorne also believed in the … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Morality

The question of what is right and what is wrong is challenged in Chapter Three of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin. There are several ways to receive an answer to this nearly unanswerable question such as religion, beliefs other … Continue reading

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Robinson Crusoe – Superior to All

While alone on an island, Robinson Crusoe wants to be productive and feel that he is vital to the island. Therefore, Robinson Crusoe is concerned with numbers since they are all he is able to use all alone on his … Continue reading

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