Medieval Lit Final

I chose my second project as my favorite for my Medieval Lit class because it perfectly represents regret throughout the books, we’ve read this semester.  I like this project for the class because it shows that regret can come from anywhere and be formed from anything.  The people who wrote the dictionary would probably say the same thing.  Regret is never an easy thing to deal… Read more Medieval Lit Final

Paradise Lost Part 2

In this class we talked about if it’s better to be in Hell or rule in Heaven.  Some of the students sided with Hell and others sided with Hell.  In the show Hell Of A Boss, they make Hell out to be a paradise of freedom and fun whereas, Heaven is a place to look down on others, follow the rules, and have no freedom. … Read more Paradise Lost Part 2

Medieval Lit Project 2

Regret Is Redeemed  Regret looked at his diploma and saw his life as a failure.  Nothing more than a willow tree that was   Blown down during a storm in the dead of night.  So, he grabbed a black bottle off his messy floor   And felt its rough, cool-crisp surface   As he smelt the foul odor… Read more Medieval Lit Project 2

Paradise Lost

“Of man’s first disobedience, and the fruit of that forbidden tree, whose mortal taste brought death into the world, and all our woe, with loss of Eden.” (pg. 3) This quote talks about breaking the rules and laws of the world.  Since the beginning of time, people have always broken the rules, whether for fun or for not agreeing with them. … Read more Paradise Lost

American Moor

“And there’s nothing more infuriating than white folks actin’ like they know your story well enough to tell it without your help.” pg.43 This quote talks about wanting to be yourself while others tell you to be something different.  The actor talks about all the problems he faces with being African American.  “I am not a stranger to the dark.  Hide away, they say, ’cause we… Read more American Moor

Othello Part 2

“Disprove this villain, if thou be’st a man.  He says thou told’st him that his wife was false.  I know thou didst not.  Thou’rt not such a villain.  Speak, for my heart is full.” (pg. 251 in Folger’s book) This quote talks about someone betraying someone else.  Just like Loki does to Thor when he attacks their home, Asgard and tries to take the crown away… Read more Othello Part 2


“But I will wear my heart upon my sleeve for daws to peck at.  I am not what I am.” pg. 11 This quote talks about how kindness is seen as weakness.  Showing one’s honest emotions and feelings in this book is a sign of weakness.  Men think that by showing a softer side of themselves, it makes them a woman.  Whereas… Read more Othello

The Faerie Queene

“The lenger life, I wrote the greater sin…………..For he, that once hath missed the right way, the further he doth goe, the further he doth stray.” pg.156 This quote talks about following the right path in life.  One who lives their life with kindness and compassion, will reap the benefits of it in the future.  Help and take care of those in need,… Read more The Faerie Queene

I’m Worthy

Walking through the gates of the kingdom,  A husband and wife make their way to  The celebration of King Arthur’s knights.   Returning home from battle to join  Their master, by his side at the Round Table  Once again.  Passing through the thick crowd,  The couple bumps into two of the knights.  Getting the unlucky attention of the superior soldier.  “Damn, that’s one fine looking… Read more I’m Worthy