In Class Essay: A Doll's House




  • Digg
  • Del.icio.us
  • StumbleUpon
  • Reddit
  • RSS

Jane Eyre Blog Post

Jane Eyre Blog Post 3


Group C

Just as Jane has significant dialogues with Rochester, so she converses with St. John. What is significant about these conversations, especially in terms of the light they throw on the novel’s treatment of “values”? Look at chapter 31 “Very well; I hope you feel the content. . .” and at the end of Chapter 32 “Again the surprised expression crossed his face. . .”. Also look at Chapter 34 “I have no medium. . .” and the last five pages of this chapter “God and nature intended you for a missionary’s wife. . .”. How does the novel present Jane’s dilemma as to whether or not to accept Rivers’ proposal, and how is it resolved, especially in the last few pages of chapter 35?

Each post should be about 750-100 words. I'm much more interested in the depth and specificity of your answers (analyzing how the text works) than generalities. Click here for passage explication handout. You should use some of these strategies. Also, you will be graded on the APE Rubric.

  • Digg
  • Del.icio.us
  • StumbleUpon
  • Reddit
  • RSS

Video Critique On Hamlet (Act 3:1)

Hamlet Video Critique





Objective: Watch the four versions from Act 3 Scene 1 and argue which of the videos is the best interpretation of the scene. Your critique of the video must be based on your knowledge and understanding of the text, so you must provide textual evidence from Hamlet as well as provide descriptions of the video. I can't watch the video and read your essay at the same time, so you need to make me see what you see with your words. It will also help you to take notes on the video while you watch it. Pay attention to what you captures your attention. Notice what you notice!

  • Digg
  • Del.icio.us
  • StumbleUpon
  • Reddit
  • RSS

Video Critique On Hamlet (Act 5:1)

Hamlet Act 5 Scene 1


Objective: Watch the four versions from Act 5 Scene 1 and argue which of the videos is the best interpretation of the scene. Your critique of the video must be based on your knowledge and understanding of the text, so you must provide textual evidence from Hamlet as well as provide descriptions of the video. I can't watch the video and read your essay at the same time, so you need to make me see what you see with your words. It will also help you to take notes on the video while you watch it. Pay attention to what you captures your attention. Notice what you notice!

  • Digg
  • Del.icio.us
  • StumbleUpon
  • Reddit
  • RSS

Research Paper: Wangechi Mutu

Research Paper: Wangechi Mutu

  • Digg
  • Del.icio.us
  • StumbleUpon
  • Reddit
  • RSS