Comparing Moths

“A large moth, so large that I thought it was a bird, blundered into one of the candles, put it out and fell to the floor. ‘He’s a big fellow,’ I said.‘Is it badly burned?’‘More stunned than hurt.’I took the beautiful creature up in my handkerchief and put it on the railing. For a moment… Read more Comparing Moths

An Illustration of Disability and Gender Politics in “Jane Eyre”

I made an infographic for this project illustrating the shifting gender politics between Jane and Mr. Rochester, as well as depicting Jane’s relationship to feminine and masculine gender expression as it relates to the men in the novel. An infographic was an easy way to display quotes that provided insight into Jane’s feelings towards Mr.… Read more An Illustration of Disability and Gender Politics in “Jane Eyre”

Tuberculosis Represented In Nineteenth Century Literature

“Heard Melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeter” – John Keats. Trying to stay healthy and not sick during the early mid nineteenth century was notoriously difficult. The ever expanding world of disease was unknown and unnerving, and in some ways, still is. While we make further steps into understanding disease more as time… Read more Tuberculosis Represented In Nineteenth Century Literature