On Wednesday, I got my first discussion post back in English. I didn’t get full credit – I forgot to post it before midnight, and she wanted me to flush it out a bit more. So, I told Professor Cadawallader about my blog, because that would provide the detail she was looking for. After class, […]
The letters that Rochester receives give him details about her family and her past. Like the fact that her mother was mad, and she apparently tried to kill her husband. Antoinette is headed down the same path.
Because this section was narrated by Rochester and I had a better idea of what was going on, it was much easier to follow. The marriage of Rochester and Antoinette was awkward at first, with neither person completely comfortable. However, a few days later, they both seem to relax and let their guard down, becoming at […]
Don’t tell my mom, but I bought Phillip Phillips’s first album on iTunes. She kept saying she would email me the songs – my new computer doesn’t have a CD drive – but she never did, so yesterday I just went ahead and bought it.
Usually, when people ask me why I am and English major one – and only one event comes to mind. One which I will save for another post. It all started with John Grogan, author of Marley & Me. After I saw the movie, I decided to read the book. And it opened up a […]
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I know how Jason feels about reblogs, but I can’t help it. When someone helps me, it’s second nature for me to say “thank you”. Consequently, I really hate it when people don’t respond with “you’re welcome,” but that’s not the point here. The small talk he and I made on one of his other posts […]
I encountered my first troll last night. Luckily, Jason Cushman (http://aopinionatedman.com/) was on hand to finally give me a decent explanation of trolls.
In English today, I was relieved to find out that I wasn’t the only one having trouble following Wide Sargasso Sea. We discussed that it may be a series of vignettes because A) Either Bertha is trying to write her story while she is locked in Rochester’s attic and she fades in and out of reality […]
On 20/20 Friday night, David Muir continued his reporting on the Slender Man case. They showed the police interrogation tapes. And they were messed up. The girls barely felt any remorse for what they had done to their friend. They didn’t acknowledge – let alone realize – that Slender Man was fictional.