Monthly Archives: September 2017

Blog 6: David Malouf

Write a paragraph in which you imagine yourself on death’s row with a few hours left before you are executed. I’ve only got a few hours before they will end my life and I will cease to exist in this … Continue reading

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Peer Review 5: Reading Australia

Hey Tash! You have a sound idea regarding Adair’s inner and outer world conflict, especially for only having read a small portion of the book. You explain yourself well and have developed deeper thoughts regarding Adair and Carney’s situation. To … Continue reading

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Peer Review 4: Reading Australia

Hey Rachel 🙂 I really enjoyed this post, you express yourself so beautifully and portray such a deep and truthful perception of light. I think our ideas on this are very similar in the sense that light can have a … Continue reading

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Peer Review 3: Reading Australia

Hey Silvana, a good blog post about the Art Gallery, I always enjoy going to the gallery too and finding links to our topic. For me, this one stood out as well as it was a bright change from all … Continue reading

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Peer Review 2: Reading Australia

Hey Ronny! I am very impressed by your blog this week on Judith Wright’s poem and your ability to succinctly analyse while also being thorough. You have effectively informed us about Wright’s use of Strontium and how and why she links this … Continue reading

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Peer Review 1: Reading Australia

Hey Gabby! This is a great first post to the semester. I especially found your introductory paragraph beneficial in reintroducing me to Patrick White as a writer and his literary context. Furthermore, I think your comment, “The lack of emotion … Continue reading

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Blog 5: “Bird song is your resonating touch” Start a poem with this as your first line.

Bird song is your resonating touch where all the senses are heightened beyond explanation let it be heard as it needs to be heard and evoke what it needs to evoke for the bird knows all and will guide one well … Continue reading

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