Monthly Archives: September 2016

Peer Review 6

Wow Elenor, from the looks of this blog I would say you really enjoyed this weeks content and were inspired by the wonderful Virginia Woolf. You have beautifully mirrored her writing style, the stream of consciousness, and given an intense … Continue reading

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Blog 7

I first read Mrs Dalloway when I was 16 and was rather oblivious to the absolute beauty and value of it, actually, I was smart enough to know it was  big deal and when people mentioned it I made I … Continue reading

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Peer Review 5

Hello Maz! 😀 Your words are just as much of a pleasure to read as they are to hear! I find your outlook on life to be so very inspiring and appreciative. I love your literal reasoning for naming this … Continue reading

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Blog 6: Freestyle

This week we were allowed to do our own blog topic and so I thought i would take this opportunity to share one of my recent interests and try relate it to the work we are doing in ENGL202. It seems … Continue reading

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Peer Review 4:

Hello Ronny, What a very creative poem! I can most definitely see the inspiration you have picked up from T. S. Eliot’s work, including the modernism and your approach to the trench warfare. Your lexical choices are very powerful in … Continue reading

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Blog 5:

Nude in a Rocking Chair, 1956 (NSW Art Gallery Website) This artwork by Picasso can be interpreted in many ways and I guess that is the beauty of art. While it may mean something for someone, another will struggle to … Continue reading

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Peer Review 3

Hey Gabby, I love your honesty when you refer to your previous ideas on Picasso’s art, which I am certain many people also have. I agree, after the art gallery I had so much more of an appreciation for his … Continue reading

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