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3 May 2017
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Online Discussion Portfolio

Making it through the semester without being the complaining blogger I usually am.
I feel as though this has been the hardest but yet most successful time I’ve had blogging. I would more so say this because I’ve actually been blogging because I had to for another class, but also I’ve …

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30 April 2017
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Nguyen, She Kills Monsters

In Nguyen, She Kills Monsters I noticed this passage:  When reading this play the thing I liked the most was being introduced to a different world, such as Agnes was. I’m unfamiliar with RPG games and I didn’t really know what that was until I had seen people playing it …

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30 April 2017
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Academic Article TBA

In Academic Article TBA I noticed this passage: “Self-harm and suicide are major public health problems in adolescents, with rates of self-harm being high in the teenage years and suicide being the second most common cause of death in young people worldwide. Important contributors to self-harm and suicide include genetic …

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21 April 2017
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Miller, Resurrection Blues

In Miller, Resurrection Blues I noticed this passage:
Looking the title this play I had no ideas what it could be about or what to expect. I honestly thought it would just be boring and lose my interest fast, but once I passed the first two scenes that’s when things became …

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11 April 2017
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Academic Article (Your Choice)

In Academic Article (Your Choice) I noticed this passage:
Scott, Alan. “A Desperate Comedy: Hope and alienation in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot.” Educational Philosophy and Theory. Apr 2013, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p448-460. 13p.
I chose an article that was based on Waiting for Godot and it’s basically discussing the weirdness of …

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7 April 2017
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Our Town

In Our Town I noticed this passage: I can definitely say that I enjoyed reading this play because it was extremely different from all  the others. The fact there was a stage manager was confusing to me until I got more engaged in the text and began reading the interactions with …

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6 April 2017
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Academic Article (Your Choice)

In Academic Article (Your Choice) I noticed this passage:
The article I chose discusses different views points through Greek plays, such as how you view the world. ”

“The theme of visual abilities and foresight also shape the opposition between two characters who are equal and opposite, oedipus and Teiresias: both bearing …

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3 April 2017
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Waiting for Godot

In Waiting for Godot I noticed this passage: I can’t really decide if I like or dislike the splay because I kind of had a hard time trying to understand everything that was going on because I had to constantly reread certain parts to figure out what exactly was going …

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30 March 2017
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Academic Article of Your Choice

In Academic Article of Your Choice I noticed this passage:
Allan, Arlene L MacKay, Maria.Filicide in Euripides’ Medea: A Biopoetic Approach. Helios. Spring 2014,Vol.41 Issue 1 p59-86. 28p.
 

“Of Euripides’ new elements of characterization, it was the filicide of her children that most completely determined perceptions of Medea’s essential character.”
This article gives readers …

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30 March 2017
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Collier, “On Translating ‘Medea’”

In Collier, “On Translating ‘Medea’” I noticed this passage: Well that was definitely an interesting translation of Medea and it was very engaging. The choice of words he chose to use when retelling how Glauce died was very different and more visual in my opinion. I feel as though he …

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