Here is the last installment of my portfolio, and everything that I’ve accomplished in Drama as Literature. I tried to connect to most of the works we’ve done the whole year, and hopefully these are more of the same.
For W;t, I just couldn’t help but go into more detail about how deplorable Margaret was treated in the hospital, and this blog shows it.
I went into a lot of detail for “Death, Be Not Proud”, and I only focused on the last two lines. Talk about nit-picking.
I don’t go into as much detail as the other two with this blog about The Importance of Being Ernest, but I had to include it because I go into detail about my love for it here.
With the last blog that I did, I talked about the others and their presentations for the class. I thought they were all well done, and a heck of a lot of fun.
Here is a blog Angie made, which I commented on, which prompted her to comment on the way I interpreted “Death, Be Not Proud”.
This blog by Regina let me realize that I agree with some of my classmates on things in “Death, Be Not Proud” as well.http://blogs.setonhill.edu//2011/11/02/donne-“death-be-not-proud”/
Here I had a disagreement with Olivia on W;t.http://blogs.setonhill.edu/oliviagoudy84/2011/11/03/no-matter-where-it-hides-god-will-find-it/
This blog of Jen’s I was the first to comment on.
I was also first to comment on this blog by Olivia, about the drunk people in The Tempest.
This blog of Ed’s about his chosen academic article, I had a question (which never did get answered by the way).http://blogs.setonhill.edu/edrosenbusch1022/2011/11/07/catholic-shakespeare/
Oops, missed one of my own blogs. Two classmates had a discussion on my post for The Tempest. http://blogs.setonhill.edu/allyssayanniello/2011/11/08/i-think-its-kinda-weird/
This blog about my academic article was most certainly on time. http://blogs.setonhill.edu/allyssayanniello/2011/11/08/response-to-your-chosen-academic-article/
Here’s my thesis post… It wasn’t very long.http://blogs.setonhill.edu/allyssayanniello/2011/11/10/thesis-time/
And my last Tempest post. Couldn’t think of where else to put it.http://blogs.setonhill.edu/allyssayanniello/2011/11/10/shakespeare-the-tempest-iii-iv/