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Dreaming With My Eyes Wide Open: A Post for Blooming Twig

“Yes: I am a dreamer. For a dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world.” ― Oscar Wilde Even as a child I knew I was a dreamer. Maybe it was because Disney was telling every child that… Continue reading Dreaming With My Eyes Wide Open: A Post for Blooming Twig

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Embracing Lesbian Tendencies and Desires in Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market

Embracing Lesbian Tendencies and Desires in Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market Goblin Market, by Christina Rossetti, lends itself to many intelligent interpretations of the reading, but I will argue that the characters of Goblin Market, Laura, and Lizzie, embraces their lesbian sexual desires, and the powerful bond they share between each other.  I will also state… Continue reading Embracing Lesbian Tendencies and Desires in Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market

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Essential Passage from Part Two of Oral History

  While reading Part Two of Oral History, one of the most striking passage that stood out to me can be found on page 176, during the scene when Richard is at the church revival with his Autry Lily and he is “seeking’ salvation.  Richard admits to only attending the revival in hopes of meeting… Continue reading Essential Passage from Part Two of Oral History

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Crushed by Layne Gray Book Review

I hope everyone is having a fantastic week.  The weather here is Arkansas is amazing, and I am loving being outside planting flowers and taking walks in the park while eating the ever-so-delicious Strawberry Cheesecake Snow Cones!  They are amazing. I wanted to share with you a fantastic read that I had the opportunity to… Continue reading Crushed by Layne Gray Book Review

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Finding Your Voice Through Writing: A post for Blooming Twig

Blurb: “You would have thought that having people around all the time would have helped me learn how to be more self-assured and find out how to talk to people the proper way, but my voice was never verbally heard, or maybe I just wasn’t saying anything to be heard. Whatever the reason was, I… Continue reading Finding Your Voice Through Writing: A post for Blooming Twig

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Contrast Between Brooks and Cox Essays on Sanctuary

I just finished the novel “Sanctuary” by William Faulkner, for my Southern Literature class.  I must admit this was my first Novel by Faulkner and as someone who lives int he south, I am not sure why I haven’t read his books before.  Maybe because his style of writing and story lines is way out… Continue reading Contrast Between Brooks and Cox Essays on Sanctuary

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We Are All A Little Fifty Shades of Grey……

When Fifty Shades of Grey’s book was released, I knew nothing about it.  I had never really hard of it, and really didn’t find out much until the movie was made.  I had so many many thoughts and opinions on the movie, but I’m not so much a movie person so watching it was not… Continue reading We Are All A Little Fifty Shades of Grey……