This is a PechaKucha that I did in class on A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. PechaKucha is a presentation style in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds. For our purposes, we had 10[…]
“Art vs. Trade” by James Weldon Johnson: AP analysis
prompt: (AP 1976) Write an essay in which you discuss how the poem’s diction (choice of words) reveals his attitude toward the two ways of living mentioned in the poem. In his poem “Art vs.[…]
is there no power?
personal response to James Weldon Johnson’s “Art vs. Trade” Is there no power to rescue her, protect, defend her? There has always been power, Found in the hands of the people who roam the earth:[…]
falsifying reality: polished critical
prompt: …the role self-perception plays when individuals seek to reconcile the conflict between illusion and reality. text: A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams The way an individual sees themselves directly correlates with how they see[…]
stray. : polished personal
prompt: What do these texts suggest about the conflict between pursuing a personal desire and choosing to conform? image: Gilbert Garcin’s Diogène ou la Lucidité – Diogenes or Lucidity, 2005 theme: When an individual’s perception of conformity is[…]
Titania: Character Perspective (Nimrat, Tarannum, Shyla )
Titania’s Pursuit of Personal Desires and Conformity Quotation: Come, sit thee down upon this flow’ry bed While I thy amiable cheeks do coy, And stick musk roses in thy sleek, smooth head, And kiss[…]
tangles of time.
Prompt: Some works of literature use the element of time in a distinct way. The chronological sequence of events may be altered, or time may be suspended or accelerated. Choose a novel, an epic, or[…]
the ties between life.
inspired by Shyla & Ibukun’s presentation of “turkish red” by Lale Müldür I am building the tie, but its strength will come from those who choose to cross after they will be the lights that[…]
“But it is not an easy happiness. It is not a happiness without a cost.” A Thousand Splendid Suns (page 380) Khaled Hosseini SAY This quotation is found towards the end of A Thousand Splendid[…]