May 10, 2013
Daguerreotypes in the House of the Seven Gables
The daguerreotype was invented in Paris in 1839, and it quickly spread through the
United States. When Nathaniel Hawthorne published The House of t
February 13, 2013
I give my gear a final check
And with a grunt, I stand and walk to the end of the boat.
Walking is a lot harder with a 75 pound tank strapped to your back,
And flippers strapped to your feet
I wonder briefly if t
1. All three poems use repetition of words.
2. There are no common rhyme scheme or word patterns.
3. The first and second poems have single line stanzas, and the third doesnt.
Transdentilist beliefs present on house of the seven gables 350
Photographys role in the story 200
Photography and trasdentilism 350
Mention the photographer was the descendent of mal
Workshop for Connors story
The events of Connors story tell about a super hero named Mighty Man, who wanders
through a destroyed city. It appears that all of humanity was destroyed in something called the
prompt 5: March 13
Describe the advantages (and disadvantages) of small group workshop v. full class workshop. Which do
you prefer? Why?
How is writing within a writing community different from writing in solitude? What are the advantages (and
Workshop for Iriss story
Iriss story is about a woman named Livia and her husband Solia, while they are on their
second honeymoon in Germany. The story is written as a series of diary entries, giving the
I am watching an endless stream of heads and bodies filter through the exits.
Crowds of people in motion have always reminded me of water flowing through the cracks
Im dressed in all black, so not to stand out.
I sit in one place,
CMST 2060 Sec 24
Hello, my name is Derek Krause. I am twenty four years old; meaning I was born in the
last year of the 1980s. Oddly I alternate between slight amusement and embarrassment at this
fact. Not co
its a cool sunny day in late april
Loving every moment of this
blank slate existence
white curls of smoke drift gently in the air
a dusting of pinkish white powder
warm glow dripping down my spine
all of my thoughts
Slip out of my mind at light s
BECAUSE WE MUST
The kids from the federal tanning booths have burned down the Dairy Queen again. Everyone
died warm & no one was alone. : We had a good time. I remember ice cream. I remember legs.
I remember gym shorts.
A prayer, now & at the hour of ou
The 2014 San Antonio Spurs
Winning the championship in dominating fashion against the Miami Heat in the NBA
Finals, the 2014 San Antonio Spurs are one of the great sports team comeback stories. In the
previous year, th
Peer Review #2
Title and Introduction: Is the title appropriately linked to the papers content? Does the title catch the
readers interest? Does the introductory paragraph hook the readers interest and prepare the reader
Thesis Statement: The Matrix deals with the classic philosophical debate on the nature of
reality; what is real and how do you define reality itself. One of the main characters, Morpheus,
asks the protagonist Neo this very question at the beg
Philosophy and the Problem of Objectivity: Explain, discuss, and critically evaluate "Philosophy
is Subjective Theory" (PST). Be sure your essay includes a discussion of the argument for PST
and the argument against PST. Is PST logically coherent? Support
March 25th Workshop
1. The Poems are all concrete poems.
2. None of the poems have headings.
3. There is no common rhyme scheme or word layout between the three poems.
Can the poems be read
March 18, 2013
Poe Response Paper
Edgar Allen Poe is one of the most influential and well-known figures of American
literature, and he has inspired generations of writers in multiple genres. Sir Arthur Cona
What is victory? Can one really be victorious or is it all a hopeful delusion we use to hide
the pointlessness of our lives? You cant win, you cant draw, sometimes you cant even lose/
It was raining again; it felt liked it was always raining now. Johnny sat huddled in the
corner of his sofa; his sleep deprived eyes darting nervously around his filthy apartment, before
May 6, 2013
For our project we each wrote a poem that corresponds to one of the Edgar Allen Poe
stories that we read in class. The poems were in no particular order, but there was an intro
1. The poems are not punctuated correctly.
2. The word and is never capitalized when it is the first word of the line.
3. Each poem has a title and there is no heading.
1. There is no common line structure about the poems, and the writer only uses her name for
2. The title of the first poem is one word, the second has two words, and the third i
1. The whole series of poems uses numbers for the titles.
2. The poems form a cohesive narrative.
3. The poems us proper punctuation and capitalization.
Who are the
1. The poems have no titles
2. The poems lack proper punctuation
3. The first letter of each line is capitalized
Could the second poem be taken as a metaphor for sex, or is the
The American Poetry Review is dedicated to reaching a worldwide audience with a diverse
array of the best contemporary poetry and literary prose.
APR also aims to expand the audience interested in poetry
Workshop for Sean Averettes story
Sean wrote a well detailed prison escape slash love story. He made good
use of descriptors and painted a vivid setting. I could easily picture the
environments that Wilkes had to trav