November 15, 2004

Blogging Portfolio #2

THE DEVIL TAKE THE DEVIL’S DICTIONARY – I explored the subject of “body-snatching” and grave-robbers in the context of the times and debated how gender was handled by Bierce with Nabila. (coverage,depth discussion)

HUCK, BE A MAN – discussion on the relationship between Huck, Tom and Jim. (coverage, depth, interaction)

POST-PARTUM DEPRESSION IN “YELLOW WALLPAPER” – an attempt to understand the psychology behind the story and why John acts as he does. (coverage, depth, xenoblogging, discussion)

NATIVE AMERICAN READINGS – seeking to understand historical events from a different cultural perspective. (coverage,xenoblogging, discussion)

THERE’S NOTHING LIKE A HUMAN BEING – my crotchety take on John Henry, technology and nostalgia for a slower, more personal interaction. (coverage, interaction)

ROBINSON’S PEOPLE – I love the people in Robinson’s poems – they remind me of people I’ve know and cared about. I want to gather them in my arms and say “Buck up guys!” (coverage, interaction).

THE LURE OF MELODRAMA – Light and fun, nice break after all the heavy stuff. (coverage)

SYNESTHESIA – Like… I see letters and numbers in color! (wild card)

ERIN MANKO’S BLOG – In “Huck’s Battle Between Himself and Society” I respond by commenting on the relationship between Jim, Huck and Tom. (xenoblogging)

Posted by LindaFondrk at November 15, 2004 09:28 AM
Comments

Linda,

I love how you organized this final blog entry. It was very easy to navigate. So you have a strong affinity for the number 4; I do, too. I am not sure why, I don't see the color sequences or anything - but, I, too, share that similar number interest. Seeing colors for words and numbers is a pretty amazing phenomena. When you hear people's names, do you get colors for the names? I wonder if certain name utterances, connected with their respective color, shapes/alters your first opinion of the person in question. Just a question. Take it easy, Linda, and happy Thanksgiving!

:)

Katie

Posted by: Katie Aikins at November 17, 2004 08:51 PM
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