First Attempt at a Blogging Portfolio

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So far this class has opened my eyes not only to literature that I haven't yet read but to entering further into the technological age by blogging. I am still trying to expand on the idea and am getting better but still finding it somewhat difficult. Although I do learn something new each time I log on so I hope what I have written will be of some interest. Enjoy.

Coverage: (These entries represent all of the reading assignments thus far in the semester)
             Poe, "Masque of the Red Death"
             Hawthorne, "Young Goodman Brown"
            
Foster, "How to Read Literature..."
(Intro to Ch.3)
            
Hawthorne, "The Scarlet Letter" (Ch. 1-6)
            
Hawthorne, "The Scarlet Letter"  (Ch.7-13)
             Foster, "How to Read Literature..." (Ch. 5-7)
             Foster, "How to Read Literature..." (Ch. 8,9,10)
             Hawthorne, "The Scarlet Letter" (Ch. 19-24)
             Hawthorne, "The Scarlet Letter"  (Ch. 14-21)
            
Melville, "Bartleby the Scrivener"
            
Gilman, "The Yellow Wall-paper"
            
Foster, "How to Read Literature..."
(Interlude, Ch. 11-12)

Depth
: (These entries are examined more in depth)
           
Hawthorne, "The Scarlet Letter" (Ch. 1-6)
            Hawthorne, "The Scarlet Letter"  (Ch. 14-21)
            Gilman, "The Yellow Wall-paper"

Interaction(These are entries where I made comments on my peers blogs)
             Heather Mourick - The Complexities of Human Nature
             Kayla Lesko - Enough Already
             Meagan Gemperlein - Nothing comes from Nothing
             Kayla Lesko - Question: What the Heck is this supposed to be
             Jamie Grace - Hester's Loss of Sunshine              

Discussions: (These are comments made by my peers on my blogs)
            Heather Mourick - "The Scarlet Letter"
            Jessica Apitsch - "The Scarlet Letter"

Timeliness: (These are entries I made before the due date, hoping to spark discussion)
           
Poe, "Masque of the Red Death"
           
Hawthorne, "The Scarlet Letter" (Ch. 1-6)
           
Melville, "Bartleby the Scrivener"
           
Gilman, "The Yellow Wall-paper"
           
Foster, "How to Read Literature..."
(Interlude, Ch. 11-12)
     
Xenoblogging: This I'm not very confident yet with blogging to say I have had the comment Primo, Grande, Informative or Link Gracious. Although as the semester continues I hope I am able to better my blogging skills and possibly have one of each for the next portfolio.

Wildcard:
           Trip to Colorado with Ian 



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