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Some Musings about the Social Conditions of the First Half of the Twentieth Century

This is a blog portfolio for a class entitled American Literature from 1915-Present. We have been reading American works of literature and blogging our responses to them, and this is a collection of the blogs I have posted so far in the semester. It's been interesting to examine the way society has changed through the lens of literature.

These blogs about season and politics in literature as discussed in How to Read Literature Like a Professor demonstrate my ability to locate a quote from the reading and discuss it.

These blogs on "After Apple Picking" and "Nothing Gold Can Stay" by Robert Frost were posted on time.

These blogs on The Great Gatsby, Machinal, and How to Read Literature Like a Professor generated some discussion among fellow students.

My blogs on The Great Gatsby, How to Read Literature Like a Professor, and The Grapes of Wrath all demonstrate some of my blogging that wrestled with the readings in a deeper way than in some of my other blogs.

My comments on the blogs of Nathan Hart, Aja Hannah, and Carlos Peredo all demonstrate some interesting discussions I had on classmates' blogs.

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