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February 22, 2007

Blog Portfolio Ver. 1.0

Much as the Fellowship journeyed into the long dark of Moria en route to Mordor, we, too, must travel the roads and blog about everything we see. If, by the end of the term, I have as many posts as Melville had commas, I might have to hurt someone.

As such, it begins.

Coverage



Keesey: Making Complexity Slightly Simpler Through Cunning Use Of Extended Philosophical Theories Of Reality: Or, The General Introduction



The Melvilleian (Villian? What?)! Poetic Justice Becomes Melville



Intro: What Is Literature? Who Said What, Where, And Why - How Things Said Three-Hundred Years Ago Are Being Seen Nowadays



Elliot: Tradition And Those Who Follow It - A Lesson In How Not To Play Jazz



Apparently Valerie, Lorin and Myself Were On The Same Wavelength



Gilman's Wallpaper: A lesson in Poor Interior Design



Keesey: The Man, The Myth, The Legend - Ch. 1 Intro



Hirsch: If the Rubik's Cube were a written work, this would be it.



We'll not discuss the poetic justice in our discussing The Tempest while a storm is headed our way.



Willy Shakes: The Obedience and Political Equation



Watson? Can you Hear Me? Watson, I need you!



Old McDonald had a theory...



Keesey: Third verse, not quite the same as the first...



O Ye Bedford Guide, How I Sleep Better With Thee Under My Pillow



I still have a hard time trusting somebody named "Wolfgang"



The Formal Keats



What Is and What Isn't in "Benito"



You know what...



Gender and Literature, what some might refer to as a "sticky wicket"


Depth


Elliot: Tradition And Those Who Follow It - A Lesson In How Not To Play Jazz



You know what...



Gender and Literature, what some might refer to as a "sticky wicket"



Watson? Can you Hear Me? Watson, I need you!



Gilman's Wallpaper: A lesson in Poor Interior Design


Blog Carnival!
Blog Carnival


Interaction



Watson? Can you Hear Me? Watson, I need you!



Keesey's Intro: Chapter 2 as a study of what Chapter 2 is, why it is and how Chapter 2 is integral to the study of Chapter 2 without considering



Melville...he still haunts me. Everywhere I go, he's there. He is my past, present and future.



Apparently Valerie, Lorin and Myself Were On The Same Wavelength



Elliot: Tradition And Those Who Follow It - A Lesson In How Not To Play Jazz


Discussions



Apparently Valerie, Lorin and Myself Were On The Same Wavelength



Keesey's Intro: Chapter 2 as a study of what Chapter 2 is, why it is and how Chapter 2 is integral to the study of Chapter 2 without considering



Watson? Can you Hear Me? Watson, I need you!


Timeliness



Watson? Can you Hear Me? Watson, I need you!



Apparently Valerie, Lorin and Myself Were On The Same Wavelength


Xenoblogging



Comment Primo
A Hirsch Interpretation - Kevin "Kelo The Great" Hinton



The Comment Grande
Donald Keesey gives me a complex - Valerie Masciarelli



The Comment Informative
Melville's Relation to American Society - Jason Pugh


Wildcards!



Life's Poetics: Life Lessons and Other Assorted Goodies About Me



With due credit to my buddy Mike



Oh Snap

And thus endeth the blog portfolio, ver. 1.0.

Posted by KevinMcGinnis at February 22, 2007 3:26 PM

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