Month October 2017

Robyn Rihanna Fenty- an Eminent Introduction

My eminent person this year is Robyn Fenty, though you probably are more familiar with her middle name, Rihanna. Robyn is a woman of Bajan origin who, since she moved to America from Barbados when she was fifteen, has been… Continue Reading →

Theme Analysis- Kurt Vonnegut Jr’s ‘Harrison Bergeron’ and Stuart Mclean’s ‘Emil”

In both Kurt Vonnegut Jr’s ‘Harrison Bergeron’ and Stuart Mclean’s ‘Emil”, I read the prominence of compassion and it’s essential influence on development, productivity, and the formation of healthy relationships. The two stories present opposites on the spectrum of compassion…. Continue Reading →

David Suzuki’s ‘Racism’ and a quick note on why you can’t be racist to white people because I think it’s important.

David Suzuki’s ‘Racism’ and a quick note on why you can’t be racist to white people because I think it’s important.   In David Suzuki’s “Racism”, I interpreted a strong message of perseverance. I felt that Suzuki is seeking recognition… Continue Reading →

English Bog Response #2

I found significance and great impact in Chamimanda Ngozi Adichie’s “The Danger of a Single Story.” Adichie’s words reinforced the importance for me to bring my own consciousness and logic into what I take away from current events in media…. Continue Reading →

Emil Response

Morley is a privileged woman with abundance, both physically and psychologically. Morley is a character of note within Stuart McLean’s “Emil”, her character develops and learns about concepts of charity, privilege, assumptions, and a balance between empathy and sympathy through… Continue Reading →

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