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May 19
Elliot Lee replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 4
"Famous authors once again impress and make my day! G. Neri made a powerful point in his book, Yummy, and how he innovates his experience of a filmmaker into graphic novels to create a more powerful image of how he sees the real world. Really liked…"
Feb 9
Elliot Lee replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 3
"2nd and 3rd hour of Writers week day 3 was absolutely heartbreaking when Tyehimba Jess presented his poems in his book Olio. He explained the poems as if he was explainging to the audience for the twins that were trapped within their skin and how…"
Feb 8
Elliot Lee replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 2
"Although everybody was wonderful and did a fantastic job, the one that really caught my attention was the performance by Natalie Connors. I am the oldest child in the family and I really feel like I should take the pressure off of my younger sibling…"
Feb 8
Elliot Lee replied to Russ Anderson's discussion Writers Week XXIII Day 1
"I must say holy poop! I was very impressed by the performance of those that were in the spotlight! The performance was powerful with meaning and including the pictures only emphasized one of the writer's points. I feel as though each writer was…"
Feb 8
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Aug 25, 2016

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One of the Best in Short Stories

Posted on April 11, 2017 at 8:27pm 0 Comments

 

Before going off into the mysterious adventures of Sci-Fi, I must acknowledge that Andy Weir is very good at writing Sci-Fi. In case you did not know him, he was the man who created the book “The Martian” and it even came out as a movie. His second book is also a good…

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Time in "We are the Ants" by Shaun David Hutchinson

Posted on January 12, 2017 at 11:38pm 0 Comments

Time is an essential feature in the book “We Are the Ants.” Not only is the time the great idea that the author is trying to explain, but he also reveals grief, guilt, love, etc. These thoughts help the main character to understand the people that love, curse, praise, and undermine him. But time is also a word that demands patience. It could bring frustration or anger upon someone or something, or it could help heal both the physically and mentally wounded. It’s a thing that…

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Looking Back to the Past with Literature

Posted on October 22, 2016 at 9:29am 0 Comments

                  Now, there are a few lessons to learn while reading this historical book. While I was reading, I realized that this was more of a war memoir than a short story. Now, The Things They Carried is about the life of a platoon that was stationed in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. The life of this infantry platoon revolves around the details of their dark humor, emotions, and death. 

                  The thing that I enjoy about this book is the fact that it jumps…

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The Big Ideas of Animal Farm

Posted on August 27, 2016 at 12:52pm 0 Comments

Oppression, Sacrifice, Suffering, and Justice





In the book Animal Farm, it is more of a fairy tail entwined with humor. However, this book was made during World War 2 and was targeted specifically at Joseph Stalin. His generosity came out when he was going for power. However, he soon became a dictator and took away the freedom of the people of Russia. This book is another version of him and Russia but in…

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