- Blog 18: How does the author use narration to represent the distinctive point of view of a character with Asberger Syndrome (Haddon) or schizophrenia (Wray)?
- Blog 16- Epileptic
- Blog 28: Reflect on the semester as a whole–what we’ve done, what you’ve learned, what you still want to know, what you enjoyed most, what you enjoyed least, texts that stand out, suggestions for me next time I teach the course, etc.
- Blog 27: Draft of the introduction page for your web project.
- Blog 26: Reflect on the feedback you’ve received on your final project and your plans for adapting it for our website
- Blog 16- Epileptic on
- Blog 25: Reflect on the strengths and weaknesses seminar essay and your thoughts about adapting it for our web project. on
- Blog 28: Reflect on the semester as a whole–what we’ve done, what you’ve learned, what you still want to know, what you enjoyed most, what you enjoyed least, texts that stand out, suggestions for me next time I teach the course, etc. on
Monthly Archives: February 2013
I found this to be really interesting about our brains. It was really hard just to choose one because there are so many facts that i am not aware of. I choose this one in particular because i was fooled! … Continue reading
As I was reading Saturday I came across a lot of similarities In Woolf’s novel Mrs. Dalloway. Pointing out some comparisons are that both novels unfold in a single day. Both Dalloway and Perowne observe a plane in the sky. … Continue reading
On page 182 But how do we endure? How does the self transcend the separateness of its attentive moments? How does a process become us? For Woolf, the answer was simple; the self is an illusion. This was her final … Continue reading
It was a Cabernet Sauvignon, the first wine I’d ever tasted. Refreshing? No. It was soothing; a stream of bitterness yet a warm tingling taste.i recall letting the oaky flavored liquid float in my mouth for a few seconds before … Continue reading
My thoughts on Mrs. Dalloway, lets see to be honest in the beginning when we read the first half, I was confused and honestly uninterested. To me it was kind of flat and boring the whole book was placed over … Continue reading
When Clarissa Dalloway roams the streets of London her sense of site comes into play, her outside persona breaks down and she finds the inner beauty of who she is and what she loves. As she wanders around the city … Continue reading