English 1B

Just A Woman

Fourth Wave Feminism Applied in a First Wave World             All women know the feeling of being treated differently...

Dec 8 · 5 min read >

First Impressions

The Labeling Theory states that if a person is given a specific label, and is continuously referred to as...

Apr 18 · 4 min read >

Ecotherapy: Finding Yourself in the Inanimate

I have always felt a sense of calm and strength when I am in nature. Since I was a...

Oct 31 · 9 min read >

It Was Her Duty To Stay

In James Joyce’s short story, we become acquainted with a young woman named Eveline who is forced to make...

May 4 · 3 min read >

Pint-Sized Partner: Playful Romping Waltz

“My Papa’s Waltz” is a controversial poem written by Theodore Roethke in 1948. Generally one takes either of two...

Apr 28 · 4 min read >
excerpt of poem

Postwar Struggles

Edith V. Sullivan, editor for Neuropsychology Review explained that, “The ‘shell shock’ of WWI became ‘battle fatigue’ in WWII,...

Apr 28 · 4 min read >

The Confinement of Revenge, Guilt, and Family in “The Cask of Amontillado”

“The Cask of Amontillado” is a short story involving two men and a counterfeit cask of rare wine. Montresor...

Apr 27 · 2 min read >

Eveline: Scared of Sexy

In the short fiction “Eveline,” the author James Joyce tells the story of a nineteen-year old adolescent faced with...

Apr 27 · 3 min read >
19th century woman

A Scribe’s Haiku

Established a scribe A poet at a young age Saga continues

Apr 27 · 2 sec read >