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Wrapping up Our Final Week and the End of the Semester

November 19, 2020

And here it goes, the final blog post for English 105.091. Thinking about it, it’ll be weird not logging onto zoom every Tuesday and Thursday and listening to Paul and working on peer feedback in our breakout rooms (The Four … Read more

Reflection on Paul Blom’s SAMLA Presentation

November 17, 2020

In his presentation for the South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA), Paul Blom speaks on Weidman’s use of a newborn’s death to comment on systemic forms of oppression that may lead a young black mother to discard her child down … Read more

A Tale of Greed Used to Criticize Society in the 1820s

November 16, 2020

  Washington Irving’s short story, “The Devil and Tom Walker” takes place around 1727 a couple miles outside of Boston. The story follows a “miserly fellow,” Tom Walker, and his wife, who live on a poor farm. The Devil meets … Read more