Ursula Le Guin Writing Style Analysis

Ursula Le Guin’s writing style is like one I have never seen before. Most of the fantasy writers that I know take pages upon pages to pour as much detail as possible into every single scene and moment in the… Continue Reading →

A Wizard of Earthsea Anticipation Statement

People lost their identities when they pretend to be something they’re not. People pretending to be something they’re not is a usual occurrence. People do this to fit in with society and to better their standing in life. However, you… Continue Reading →

LACE Interview Response

I interviewed Eugen Letkemann, who is a project manager at Porsche headquarters. The three themes I took away from my interview are:   With today’s rapidly advancing world, it is sometimes necessary to create your own job or branch to… Continue Reading →

Harrison Bergeron

In your opinion, what is the most effective medium for telling the “Harrison Bergeron” narrative: film or text? Explain your answer using specific details that relate to each version, as well as thoughtful reasoning. There have been many novel to movie adaptations, and… Continue Reading →

Louis Vuitton Introductory Blog Post

“In the blink of an eye he exchanged the cloth frock and hobnailed shoes of a worker for the courting outfit of the day. The transformation was spectacular, but it required all the know-how of the store’s department manager, since Louis’ shoulders… Continue Reading →

The Danger of a Single Story

Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche warns us about the danger of the ‘Single Story’ in her TED Talk. I think her main point in this talk is that multiple perspectives are necessary to create a full story and much more perspectives are… Continue Reading →

1/3 Lord of the Flies Response

One of the most impressive things about Ralph is that he has retained a leadership role throughout the book and during my scene. He displays this when he was confronting Jack about letting the fire out: “’I was chief, and… Continue Reading →

Stuart McLean’s “Emil”

Stuart McLean’s “Emil” offers readers a look on different perspectives of the debate on whether or not to give money to homeless people. It mostly focuses on Morley’s perspective, which is that homeless people are just as human and needing… Continue Reading →

Task C: Final Response

The best lens to watch George Lucas’ Star Wars: A New Hope is through the Social Power lens. This is due to most of the movie being about the conflicts between different social classes and two parties with different political… Continue Reading →

New Brunswick Final Address

To conclude, our colony wants to confederate. We think that we will be a great province for the Dominion of Canada because currently, we are an economic powerhouse, and with your help we can continue fueling the country with our… Continue Reading →

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