So, I was on Facebook while Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was on TV, and I happened to come across a Harry Potter theory proposed by my friend and fellow Randolph-Macon Yellow Jacket, Meg Jacoby. I think it makes a lot of sense. Your thoughts?
As the Clerk finished his tale, the Wife of Bath rode along in silent disgust. After a few minutes of complete silence, Harry Bailly asked, “So, what did everyone think of the tale?” The Wife of Bath seized her chance, dominating the conversation. “What’s with the double standard?” she asked. “Men don’t have to listen […]
The young squire in the company of the pilgrimage urged his mount into a gallop so that he could ride alongside his father, the knight. He had some questions about the truth of the Wife of Bath’s tale, but he did not want anyone to hear. “Father,” he asked, “what did the wife mean by […]
This fall, I took an English Class on Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. The class was hard – not to mention a total bore sometimes – but I survived. The following posts in this category are two assignments I actually enjoyed. We had to write a response to one of the tales – we could continue […]
With iOS 8, Siri can recognize songs on the radio. And guess what? She actually can! No more wondering what your favorite song on the radio is. All you have to do is say “What song is this?” or “What’s playing?” And give her a few minutes to listen. She’ll get back to you with […]
Can anyone tell me how portfolios work on here? I’m trying to pull together all my best academic and creative writing assignments from school that I can show – along with the rest of this blog – to important people like potential employers. It would be nice if I could have all my school stuff […]
Like everyone else, I am excited and intrigued about the sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird . I didn’t know Harper Lee had written something else. Honestly, I thought she was dead. Anyway, today I came across an article that BookPeople’s Blog used in its most recent post. I clicked on it because I wanted […]