Monthly Archives: August 2011
The play “Thirst” by Eugene O’Neill is a ghastly picture of what can happen to humans put to the extreme of endurance. The three are starved, dehydrated and untrusting. They go mad, which is the only thing that comes before … Continue reading
“Heart in the Ground”, written by Douglas Hill is a very sneaky play. I didn’t have any idea what was going on at first, and then BAM! I find out the character Karen has been out digging up a body. … Continue reading
The text, Ten Building Blocks, also about CST, is much more detailed than Jacko was. Background information again was given, but along with that, Byron elucidated on why it is important to know what CST is, and how it can … Continue reading
Catholic Social Teaching, abbreviated as CST, is a way to look at texts through the eyes of a humane individual, that puts the ‘common good’ over the community as a whole, puts man in a place that deserves respect merely … Continue reading
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