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Month October 2017

Eminent Intro Post – Sir David Attenborough

“An understanding of the natural world and what’s in it is a source of not only a great curiosity but great fulfillment.” -Sir David Attenborough As a young child, I was fascinated by nature. The countless ways for animals to… Continue Reading →

Harrison Bergeron (Week 2)

Kurt Vonnegut’s short story, Harrison Bergeron, portrays an interesting future, in which “everybody [is] finally equal” (1). This same story is portrayed in the film, 2081. I believe that the book portrays the story in a better way than the… Continue Reading →

Emil, Single Stories, The Metaphor, and Racism (Week 1)

Emil, Single Stories, and The Metaphor During our discussions about many different topics, all relating to Single Stories, there are many things that I have “taken away.” The most important of those is that the world is full of so… Continue Reading →

Emil – Blog Response #1

In Stuart McLean’s short story, Emil, Emil is portrayed as a homeless man. At the beginning of the story, he seems very different from Dave and Morley. The story is about Dave and Morley coming to realize that Emil is… Continue Reading →

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