My Final Portfolio

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This is my final Portfolio for American Literature 1800-1915. Throughout this class, I've noticed that by blogging, I was able to express what I thought a certain story ment to me, and I was also able to see what other people thought, by reading their blogs.

Coverage: These are all of the blogs I've done for my third and final portfolio.

Chapter 2: Where I Lived, and What I Lived For- Living With Sounds

Chapter 4: Sounds- Living With Sounds

Chapter 13: House Warming- Warming The House at the End

Chapter 18: Conclusion- Warming The House at the End

Foster's, Chapter 13: It's All Political- Fancy Politics about Christ

Foster's Chapter 14: Yes She's a Christ Figure, Too- Fancy Politics about Christ

Foster's Chapter 15: Flights of Fancy- Fancy Politics about Christ

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn- Racial Stereotyping for Twain

Foster's Chapter 25: Don't Read With Your Eyes- Easier Said Than Done

Foster's Chapter 26: Is He Serious? And Other Ironies- Easier Said Than Done

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz- I'm Melting, I'm Melting...Things I've Noticed and Liked

 

Depth: These are the blogs I thought I went into more detail with.

Foster's, Chapter 13: It's All Political- Fancy Politics about Christ

Foster's Chapter 14: Yes She's a Christ Figure, Too- Fancy Politics about Christ

Foster's Chapter 15: Flights of Fancy- Fancy Politics about Christ

Foster's Chapter 25: Don't Read With Your Eyes- Easier Said Than Done- I've heard people say this so many times, that when I read about it it didn't surprise me, but like my title states, it's easier said than done. With this blog, I was able to say that even if you try to take another view on a story it's still hard.

Foster's Chapter 26: Is He Serious? And Other Ironies- Easier Said Than Done

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz- I'm Melting, I'm Melting...Things I've Noticed and Liked- This was by far my favorite story, and blog. I was able to really go into detail of what I thought about the book, what I liked, and what I didn't like.

 

Interaction: These are other people's blogs that I've commented on. With the blogs I've commented on, it was interesting to see that others thought, and took things the same way that did, and made me feel better about voicing certain things.

Sarah Durham: Race

Katie Lantz: So Blind, So Arrogant, So Bigoted

Jessica Pierce: A New Way of Thinking

 

Discussion: So far no one has commented on any of my blogs for my third portfolio.

 

Timeliness: These are the blogs that I have submitted early enough so people could comment on them.

Chapter 2: Where I Lived, and What I Lived For- Living With Sounds

Chapter 4: Sounds- Living With Sounds

Chapter 13: House Warming- Warming The House at the End

Chapter 18: Conclusion- Warming The House at the End

Foster's, Chapter 13: It's All Political- Fancy Politics about Christ

Foster's Chapter 14: Yes She's a Christ Figure, Too- Fancy Politics about Christ

Foster's Chapter 15: Flights of Fancy- Fancy Politics about Christ

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz- I'm Melting, I'm Melting...Things I've Noticed and Liked

 

Xenoblogging: I have commented on other people's blogs, but have not atually started an ongoing conversation with anyone.

 

WildCard: These are the blogs I thought I did really well on, I also think with these blogs I was really able to axpress what I thought about certain readings.

Foster's Chapter 25: Don't Read With Your Eyes- Easier Said Than Done

Foster's Chapter 26: Is He Serious? And Other Ironies- Easier Said Than Done

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz- I'm Melting, I'm Melting...Things I've Noticed and Liked- This was my favorite blog, because I was able to take a movie that I didn't like, read the book, and then finally understand it. By blogging what I thought, I was able to voice my thoughts for others to see.

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