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"Paul's Case" by Matthu Palcek

"This short story was rather chilling and this picture totally fits the mood of the story. It's beautiful but eery and very foreboding."
May 29, 2014
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"I wish I had seen this before I wrote my Taming of the Shrew essay! It would've been very helpful"
May 29, 2014
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My Antonia

"I can't fathom how hard for the Shimerdas to live in a house similar to the one pictures above, all the kids running around while still trying to get the farm up and running..."
May 29, 2014
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My_Antonia

"I think it's really cool how each reader has a different visualization of each character. When I read the novel, I did not picture Antonia looking like this, but after seeing the picture, I can definitely picture Antonia looking like this!"
May 29, 2014
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Willa Cather

"I have Mr. Gary Anderson, and I really loved learning about Willa Cather's personal life in conjunction with reading My Antonia and her other works. It helped me understand and analyze the theme."
May 29, 2014
Nikki Gundimeda commented on Nikki Gundimeda's blog post Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
"Jenna, I vaguely remember Miranda, and I remember when you found out about your Dad and Jane, and I can totally see how that's similar to Carmen's story. You're right. It doesn't seem like much but each character changes and…"
May 29, 2014
Nikki Gundimeda commented on Nikki Gundimeda's blog post Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
"Maddie, you are absolutely Lena! Mother duckling :)"
May 29, 2014
Nikki Gundimeda commented on Nikki Gundimeda's blog post Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
"Kenzie, I can definitely see a bit of Carmen and Bridget in you! I really like that each girl is different yet when they come together they all compliment each other's characteristics."
May 29, 2014
Nikki Gundimeda commented on Nikki Gundimeda's blog post Everyone is Fighting Their Own Battles
"Jesse, you're totally right. I know that personally, I have a scowl on my face until 8:30, when I've finally fully woken up and I've eaten a muffin. In the halls, one might assume I'm a frowny, angry person, but in reality…"
May 29, 2014
Nikki Gundimeda commented on Nikki Gundimeda's blog post Everyone is Fighting Their Own Battles
"Bridget, I agree! Not just in spite of but because of our own struggles, we should extend kindness to everyone because we all know what it's like to feel a little down and need a smile or a helping hand."
May 29, 2014
Nikki Gundimeda commented on Nikki Gundimeda's blog post Everyone is Fighting Their Own Battles
"Brooke, I really think ever class should have this. It is quite the eye opener and makes you see your peers in a whole new light!"
May 29, 2014
Nikki Gundimeda commented on Nikki Gundimeda's blog post Everyone is Fighting Their Own Battles
"Gabi, I agree - there are some amazingly brave people in our class. This was the highlight of my E208 experience"
May 29, 2014
Nikki Gundimeda commented on Nikki Gundimeda's blog post Everyone is Fighting Their Own Battles
"Ann, oh boy! That would be a real eye opener. While I personally believe everyone has the right to keep their personal lives private, it would certainly make us realize that everyone is different and struggles with something. Appearances do seem to…"
May 29, 2014
Nikki Gundimeda commented on Nikki Gundimeda's blog post Everyone is Fighting Their Own Battles
"Nicole, I agree. We should respect each other because we are human, not just because we are struggling. Regardless of whether you are happy or sad, you deserve respect"
May 29, 2014
Nikki Gundimeda commented on Nikki Gundimeda's blog post Everyone is Fighting Their Own Battles
"Jackie, I agree. You only see one dimension of someone's multifaceted life, so it's important to not make any rash decisions."
May 29, 2014
April Poggio commented on Nikki Gundimeda's blog post The I Want It Now Generation
"This is a great post Nikki. This really shows how attached to media and technology our generation has gotten. Something to think about!"
May 29, 2014

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Oppression in Vladamir Nabokov's Lolita

Posted on January 29, 2016 at 1:50pm 0 Comments

When I think about oppression, my mind immediately jumps to sensationalized things like violent dictators or civil rights…

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Thinking about our troops this Memorial Day with All Quiet on the Western Front

Posted on May 25, 2014 at 4:33pm 6 Comments

After their ignorant teacher pressures them into joining the army, Paul Baümer, the novel’s adolescent narrator, and his classmates enlist in the German army, only to realize that the grueling life in the military bares little resemblance to the glorified lifestyle romanticized by their teacher. Erich Maria Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front recounts the physical, mental, and…

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The I Want It Now Generation

Posted on May 19, 2014 at 11:17pm 7 Comments

I was listening to Play It Again by Luke Bryan (highly recommended for long summer drives with the music cranked up and the windows down) and in the song, the narrator is with a girl who waits all night to hear a song that is stuck in her head. When the song comes on, she is ecstatic. I kept wondering why the girl doesn’t just buy the song on iTunes or look up the song on YouTube. It’s such a simple solution! But then…

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Breakers by Edward W. Robertson

Posted on April 30, 2014 at 10:30pm 0 Comments



Raymond is struggling to make ends meet. He and his wife Mia can't pay the payments to maintain their LA home, and Raymond turns to dealing drugs to some friends in order to get that some money to pay the basic bills.



Walt just found a letter in his New York apartment that suggests that his live-in girlfriend Vanessa, a beautiful but fickle actress, is planning to dump him. He fakes an illness to make her feel obligated to stay with him so that he has the opportunity to win…

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