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    “Araby” Reflection

    In “Araby” by James Joyce, the changes and growth of the narrator develops throughout the story, ultimately contributing to the theme of growing up. Beginning as a young boy with interest in play, school and everyday life, the narrator’s...

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    Jane Eyre’s Influence on my Story

    Reading chapter one of Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë has allowed me to begin exploring ideas of what I want to focus writing about. I learned that a 10-year-old child Jane is abused, excluded, and treated in a condescending...

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  • Hey Maiaaa!! I was intrigued by your post because I had written similar blogs about this topic of negative effects social media can have on teens and youth and the importance it holds in how people can remain aware of social issues in the world today through the media. Basically we think alike 🙂 I love your idea of teachers implementing a new way…Read More

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    The Good That Exists Within Social Media

    In my last blog post, I emphasized the harmful effects that social media tends to have on the majority of the youth who utilize and spend their days on social media. While I know that social media can bring...

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    • Hi Katie,
      I really enjoyed reading your blog post that explores the good that exists in social media platforms. In contrast to my own post, it reveals all the positive aspects of this tool, like the ability to connect with others, and more importantly, the voice it gives people to speak out and raise awareness against issues of injustice. I really enjoyed when you said social media is “vital for people to use their ability to have a voice and express their thoughts in order to promote peace and justice to a vast amount of other people through the media.” I think that this really sums up the beauty that is social media, because it truly gives allows people to promote their beliefs through social media. I really enjoyed reading your post, and I look forward to your future posts. I also liked how you incorporated a real, relevant event to greater emphasize your idea. Great job!!

  • The poem “To His Coy Mistress” by Andrew Marvell portrays the speaker in a negative light through his passionate effort to convince his mistress to give up her morals and innocence, highlighting his lack of respect for his lover’s ideals and boundaries, a testament to the man not being an authentically nice guy.

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