Author’s Note: I guess it’s a little nicer to have this as my last post rather than my cultural seminar, huh? Here’s a link to the song I reference in my TED Talk.
Author’s Note: Here is a link to the original presentation, which contains our bibliography and all of the cool aesthetics we used. I’ve included all of the various information from our seminar in this blog post[…]
Author’s Note: For the life of me, I couldn’t find the name of the artist of the featured image I chose. The best I could find was this album on Imgur, but I’m not sure if[…]
Author’s Note: Here’s a link to the poem I responded to. Prompt: What do these texts suggest to you about the impact significant events have on an individual’s ability to determine their own destiny?
Author’s Note: I know that Holden does call other characters his own age “phony,” but here I want to specifically address how Holden tends to call adults phony. It sort of ties back to that[…]
Prompt: Discuss the ideas developed by the text creator in your chosen text about the ways in which individuals struggle to restore honour and certainty to their lives.
Author’s Note: Of course I had to cram Catcher and Greek mythology in here somehow, what more did you expect of me?
Author’s Note: Here’s a heavily revised version of the poem rant that I wrote for my presentation. I was speaking very fast and stuttering a whole lot when I read it out, so here is[…]
Author’s Note: Am I good at analyzing? Gosh, I sure hope so.
Author’s Note: I’m sorry if I come off as really pretentious in this post. I’ve heard three years’ worth of criticism of this book and I have been waiting for the chance to respond, so here[…]