Author Archives: dudzinsj

Pgs 118-119 from Ántonia’s point of view

After Jim asks me why I can’t go to school, I explain that mother does not complain anymore about none of us helping Ambrosh; I can work like a man now, I can help him. As I was explaining this … Continue reading

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Question for Danticat

In the three short stories we read for class, Children of the Sea, New York Day Women and Caroline’s Wedding the relationships between the mothers and their children seem to be a bit rocky. In each relationship there is a … Continue reading

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Learning to read

I have always loved to read and liked reading out loud to my stuffed animals (I have a younger sister and so I’m not completely sure why I didn’t just read to her). When I got older school helped to … Continue reading

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Othello production

If I were to produce Othello, I would like to create more of a narrative around Desdemona and Emilia’s friendship in throughout the play rather than just the end. I don’t like that pretty much the only two female characters … Continue reading

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Letter to Ed Sheeran

Dear Ed Sheeran, My sister is utterly obsessed with you. She was distraught when you announced that you are taking a break from your career and social life for a while but then was overjoyed when you appeared at the … Continue reading

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“Arrival at Santos”

“Arrival at Santos” fits most effectively as the first poem in Questions of Travel. While the collection of poems in A Cold Spring seem to go together because of their similar plotlines of explaining places Bishop has been and things … Continue reading

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Polysemy in “Someone New”

Someone New sung by Hozier is a song that uses many polysemous words. One instance is at a part that sings, “Love with every stranger, the stranger the better” In this line the word stranger is polysemous. Polysemous words have … Continue reading

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