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Author Archives: Erin
Judge Holden’s Notion of “War is god”.. A Break from Violence?
Cormac McCarthy’s writing style and content, although fascinating to a range of readers, requires extremely conscious and careful reading because everything in his text seems to have a purpose, or does it? Is McCarthy’s wide range of vocabulary included to … Continue reading
Posted in Blood Meridian, Student Generated 6 Comments
McCarthy’s Trying to Make us Feel Uncomfortable
OK, so it seems like we’re all pretty confused with a few things 1. What is Cormac McCarthy’s purpose in including the excessive scenes of violence 2. Who is the narrator of the book? 3. What is the deal with … Continue reading
Posted in Blood Meridian, Student Generated Tagged Blood Meridian 4 Comments
Was Derville Trying to Make Chabert Cry?
Hey guys so I’ve been thinking a lot of the importance of Colonel Chabert and Derville’s relationship. After reading over the other blog posts, I decided I had too much to say just to leave in a comment. A lot … Continue reading
Posted in Colonel Chabert, Student Generated Tagged Colonel Chabert 1 Comment
Athena: Enforcer or Creator of Fate?
Although this blog post may seem a little untraditional, there’s one topic I am extremely interested in diving into: Athena and her role in the actions of the characters. In Greek mythology, the Gods played an immense role in the … Continue reading
Posted in Odyssey, Student Generated Tagged Athena, Book 17, Book 18, Penelope, power of the gods 5 Comments
Continued discussion on the transformation of the Odysseus’ men
Hello, I don’t know if I’m allowed to do this because technically it’s not my day to post a on the blog but I wanted to continue a discussion that I believe otherwise we would not be able to get … Continue reading
Posted in Odyssey, Student Generated Tagged Book X, Kirke, Odyssey 3 Comments