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    Araby Paragraphs

    In the short story “Araby” by James Joyce, the narrator’s childhood excitement transforms into defeat when he realizes his love was in vain and improbable, reflecting the loss of childhood innocence that comes with a greater understanding, the main...

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    Jane Eyre’s Influence on my Capstone Project

    Jane Eyre opens with Jane, a ten year old girl, becoming lost in a book before being rudely interrupted by John Reed. She is an orphan living with a cruel family that treats her like a second class citizen...

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    Anna commented on the post, Overcoming Insecurity

    Paige,
    Your post intrigued me because I believe most people our age struggle with insecurities and I think it is good to talk about our struggles as society usually wants us to keep them hidden. I really liked the line “reassurance in your life that can help you get past your insecurity” because to me this statement is true. Reassurance from oth…Read More

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    Learning Sign Language

    Although Sign Language is not a language that is spoken with one’s mouth, it can still be as difficult or even more difficult to learn than a spoken language. Sign language incorporates both mental and physical aspects when being...

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    • Dear Anna

      I feel very enlightened about the basic fundamentals of sign language thanks to your post “Learning Sign Language” Mainly because I thought sign language was very different from country to country. I didn’t expect ASL and BSL to be similar. 
      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “Learning sign language can seem to be more difficult because its words appear in the form of motions rather than sounds.” I think this is interesting because I wasn’t very aware of this until now.

      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because of your informative posts. Not to mention your amazing explanations are very pleasant to read.

  • While the the speaker in the poem “To His Coy Mistress” uses passionate and seemingly kind words, his intentions with his desired do not respect the woman’s boundaries nor does the speaker think of anything besides her physical attributes, creating him to be anything but a ‘nice guy.’
    I chose this gif since it most likely takes on the woman’s p…Read More

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