November 1, 2007 The Good Body, Eve Ensler What's in a Name?
Matt Doherty Response Paper #10
Ignoring something doesn't make it go away. Just ask Eve Ensler. For 20 years, she kept memories of her abusive father locked away, never speaking of them.
November 6, 2007 Come Quick! I'm Being Eaten by a Bear, Cynthia Dusel-Bacon When a Bear Strikes
Matt Doherty Response Paper #11
Timothy Treadwell was a wild man. He lived with bears for 13 years in the Alaska wilderness. After overdosing on heroin
November 29, 2007 Sifting Through the Embers, Douglas Adams The Story of the Sybilline Books, Continued.
Matt Doherty Response Paper #15
After the townspeople had finished reading the final book (only one twelfth of the all the world's knowledge an
October 30, 2007 The Good Body, Eve Ensler The Good Body: A Cultural Critique
Matt Doherty Response Paper #9
Women are obsessed with having a perfect physique. After all, countless advertisements on television and the internet depict harrowingly th
October 22, 2007 The Pleasures of Eating, Wendell Berry Sauce on Sunday
Matt Doherty Response Paper #8
It's Sunday afternoon in my house. Football is on the television, and a pleasant aroma fills the house. The succulent delight cooking on the stov
December 10, 2007
Matt Doherty Research Paper Final Draft
Global Warming Affects Sports?: What Sports Can Do to Stop the Looming Environmental Crisis Everyone hates a rained-out baseball game. A long trek to the park (for me Yankee Stadium is over
December 10, 2007 Final Draft A Near-Death Experience Breeds Rebirth
Matt Doherty Textual Analysis
How close have you come to dying? What value do you place on your own life? Mary Oliver poses these very deep and thought-provoking questions to the
December 10, 2007 Personal Narrative A Good Walk Spoiled
Matt Doherty Final Draft
It's a sport like none other. People spend lifetimes obsessing over it. Age is not a factor: an 85-year-old can be better than a 20-year-old. Mark Twain once called i
December 10, 2007
Matt Doherty Cultural Critique Final Draft Are Environmentalists Too Radical?
Paul Watson is crazy. Sure, it is one thing to want to save the environment, but he takes the green movement crusade a bit too far. Watson and his crew
October 18, 2007 The Conundrum of Consumption, Alan Thein Durning My Own Energy Consumption
Matt Doherty Response Paper #7
I have never, like many other Americans, thought about my own personal energy consumption. Sure, I think global warming is an
November 27, 2007 A Natural History of the Senses, Diane Ackerman What Ackerman Means to Me
Matt Doherty Response Papers #13, 14
Reading Diane Ackerman is certainly a unique experience. Her talent for writing is self-evident in her national bestsel