Week 1 Forum
Romanticism was the literary movement that was well known during the 18th century to the
present. It is one that was and still happens to be one of the most popular of all of the different
movements out there. It is one that began in the last
Hello Classmates and Professor ONeil,
As of last year, I am the full-time mother, manager, teacher, counselor, nurse, cook, maid, and
driver of four wonderful children. I plan to hold these jobs until they are in school and I have a
little more free time
Hello Professor O'neil and Classmates,
Published in 1899, the Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad is a novella that centers around
a sailor named Marlow and his epic journey to insanity by way of the African Congo River.
Marlow takes a job as a riverboat c
When most people hear "romance" they naturally think of candle-lit dinners and flowers. From a
historic point of view, Romanticism is an artistic movement in Europe that started some time in
the late 18th and early 19th centuries (1700s - 1800s) and argua
Good morning Classmates and Professor O'Neil,
I have only completed thirteen chapters of Wuthering Heights so far, about 1/3 of the book.
This genre is not what I usually read but what I've read so far has both horrified and fascinated
me. So far most of
Hello Professor ONeil and Fellow Classmates,
Before moving to the Middle East, I only knew what I saw on TV about terrorism and extremely
hot summers. As far as I knew, I would have to wear a black dress and cover my hair and face.
After living here for a
May 15, 2016
The problem of love in Wuthering Heights and how it fits with elements of Victorian literature.
Love is complicated and multidimensional. What others might feel as pain, some might
feel as w
The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield represents Modernism in two major ways. One of the
main attributes of Modernist style is the absence of a classically straight narrative with a linear
beginning, middle, and end. Mansfields book fits this definition