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“You create the world, blink by blink. It is entirely yours to discover and yours to create.” -Sophia Amoruso 

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Feminism: The modern definition

Feminists, anti-feminists, radicals, extremists, etc. The list of terms to identify who you are and what you stand for goes on and on. It isn’t as simple as being a feminist, no there are subcategories through the roof. Feminism is just the broad term for being a female in todays society, and it is thought […]

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Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald

In school, you would always read Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, or F. Scott Fitzgeralds The Great Gatsby. But, there are stories out there about these fantastic writers that speak the truth about who they are. Z: A novel of Zelda Fitzgerald tells exactly that. Therese Anne Fowler, took the spirit and writings […]

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Feminism in Literature

Feminism, a word that has been thrown around a lot within the past few years. It has been manipulated and contorted, mashed up and changed. It is a word that has very few meanings but at the same time very many. It is a work and a way of life that has been brought up […]

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The New Year 2018

2017, a year of change, a year of incredible feats and a year of worldly connections. Literature has been exposed drastically throughout this year, whether in the form of journalism or as literary exposure. This year for journalism has excelled drastically with the income of a new president whom has fought the media throughout the […]

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History through excerpts

One of the books that has really caught my attention is called, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy. This book stands out to me in a surprising way, at first glance I thought it was going to be similar to The Kite Runner or other books based in Afghanistan but upon further inspection […]

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Class has ended….

This semester my online journalism class has ended. The semester is finished and so is the requirement for this blog. I will no longer be posting as much as I used to, but I still do want to continue with the blog and see how far I can go with it. I really enjoyed his […]

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Society Through Literature

Classical Literature Author Locations Here is an interactive map of all the different locations these amazing creative authors lived, along with their birth and death year. Literature is the building block for a well educated, knowledgable human being. Society is evolving everyday, changing and shifting in different ways. The way a classroom is run in todays […]

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All About Austen

Here are ten facts about Jane Austen’s life and literary works. All About Austen Audio She was born on December 16, 1775 in Stevenson Hampshire England She is the seventh child, second daughter of Cassandra and George Austen. Her father was an Oxford educated rector for a Anglican parish. She began to write in bound […]

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Q&A

Question and answers are used by so many different authors, writers and journalists to reach their audiences. They use them to engage with their readers and connect with them regarding real life situations. The answers can be related to their work or private life that allow the audience to get an sneak peak into the […]

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