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Book Blog the Fourth

I've always been a fan of old-timey television shows.  Think black and white westerns, Hitchcock, even some sitcoms like All in the Family or Love and Marriage.  One show however has always stood out, either to me or to other people be they lovers of classic shined  through many of the other shows due to the excellent cinematography and consistently great acting.  Not to mention the phenomenal writing which is still praised to this day for being some of the best of all time.That being said,…See More
Jun 5, 2014
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Book Blog Quarter 3

Several weeks ago I was fortunate enough to be cast in Fremd’s production of Wonder, by R. J. Palacio for Group Interpretation.  Our Group Interpretation (G.I.) is an original script written by our very own Miss Berdick based on the book.  I am cast as Jack, the main character, Auggie’s, morally ambiguous best friend.  Now, our script is quite short, as is the nature of G.I. with a thirty minute time limit on each show and that does not leave a lot of time for character development or character…See More
Mar 31, 2014
Sean Balkir commented on Josh Levin's blog post On Messages and Conveying Them
"I really enjoyed Game of Thrones as well! And to answer your question, I believe that it is beneficial, when conveying themes, to do so in an environment that a reader would be familiar with. For the simple fact that it would be easier for a reader…"
Nov 24, 2013
Josh Levin posted a blog post

On Messages and Conveying Them

This past summer I read three exceptional books: Game of Thrones, Lucifer’s Hammer, and Ender’s Game.  I think that in order to fully understand the implications of each book, one must have some understanding of the book’s setting and plot, so here is a chronological (by date read) list of the books and their plot summaries; contains spoilers:            Ender’s Game:                        Ender’s Game is the story of a young boy, named Ender, around the age of seven or eight, and his…See More
Oct 16, 2013
Josh Levin commented on Jeff Jauch's blog post Book Blog "The Hobbit"
"Bilbo Baggins is one of my favorite protagonists of all time. In the beginning he is funny and charming and adorable all around, everything a character should be to invest a reader in a character and immerse them in a story. As things progress,…"
Oct 4, 2013
Josh Levin and Daniel Classon are now friends
Oct 2, 2013
Josh Levin commented on Jeff Jauch's blog post The Art of Seeming Smart, Even Though Half the Stuff You Say is Incoherent Babble
"Greek and Latin roots are the very basis of the English language, they are like the atoms of the tangible world, they make up everything. Knowing these makes your whole life easier. I, as a student know how beneficial knowing these roots can be, if…"
Sep 29, 2013
Josh Levin commented on Jeff Jauch's blog post December Book Blog "Inheritance"
"I read this book several months after it came out, and several months after I had read the previous book in the series, Brisingr. I do distinctly remember being very disappointed with the events in Inheritance and with the general end of the plot of…"
Sep 27, 2013
Josh Levin is now a member of The Fremd High School English Ning
Sep 3, 2013

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Book Blog the Fourth

Posted on May 16, 2014 at 11:30pm 0 Comments

I've always been a fan of old-timey television shows.  Think black and white westerns, Hitchcock, even some sitcoms like All in the Family or Love and Marriage.  One show however has always stood out, either to me or to other people be they lovers of classic shined  through many of the other shows due to the excellent cinematography and consistently great acting.  Not to mention the phenomenal writing which is still praised to this day for being some of the best of all…

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Book Blog Quarter 3

Posted on March 17, 2014 at 10:30pm 0 Comments

Several weeks ago I was fortunate enough to be cast in Fremd’s production of Wonder, by R. J. Palacio for Group Interpretation.  Our Group Interpretation (G.I.) is an original script written by our very own Miss Berdick based on the book.  I am cast as Jack, the main character, Auggie’s, morally ambiguous best friend.  Now, our script is quite short, as is the nature of G.I. with a thirty minute time limit on each show and that does not leave a lot of time for character development or…

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On Messages and Conveying Them

Posted on September 29, 2013 at 10:10pm 1 Comment

This past summer I read three exceptional books: Game of Thrones, Lucifer’s Hammer, and Ender’s Game.  I think that in order to fully understand the implications of each book, one must have some understanding of the book’s setting and plot, so here is a chronological (by date read) list of the books and their plot summaries; contains spoilers:

            Ender’s Game:

                        Ender’s Game is the story of a young boy, named Ender, around the age of seven or…

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