Samantha Lombardo Nicholas Helms Rethinking Medieval and Renaissance Literature October 11, 2022 Throughout history, women have constantly been pushed to the side for men to be able to come forth with power. When women gain power or look like they have some form of it, they are then deemed nasty, evil-like people. Most of the… Read more Project 1- Are they really bad women?
Category: Projects Fall 2022
Olivia Lowrey Professor Helms Rethinking Medieval Literature October 14th, 2022 Loyalty and Literature The texts we have read in class have far more overlap than I originally thought. They contain a multitude of theme crossovers, sometimes even more than one. It was difficult to narrow in on just one theme, but my essay will present… Read more Project 1
The Green Knight Characters as Playable D&D Characters
There’s something very unique about the fantasy world that David Lowery helps create in his rendition of the tale of the Green Knight. Compared to other fantasy movies like Lord of the Rings or The Princess Bride, the fantasy elements feel more matter-of-fact and almost gritty, all while still maintaining a sense of wonder and… Read more The Green Knight Characters as Playable D&D Characters
Monstrosity in Literature and Film
Monstrosity is a curious thing. Anything can be considered monstrous. People, animals, and things conjured from the imagination can all be attributed monstrous characteristics and therefore considered monsters. But we know from experience that if a character is a true character, three dimensional, complex, real, it isn’t just one thing, good or bad. Nothing is… Read more Monstrosity in Literature and Film
Michael Gill Dr. Helms EN 3240 14 October 2022 Project Throughout the readings within class at this time in the semester there have been many themes that I have seen that relate to other readings in multiple ways. One theme I have noticed that has stuck with me so far this year is the pressure… Read more Project 1
Nature: Monster or Mother?
By: Emily Philbrook The paradox between civilization and nature has always been one of complexity and depth. One cannot survive without the other, and yet, the relationship is largely parasitic. Civilization feasts off of nature for personal gains while providing very little back, which has led to the climate crisis of today. This dynamic has… Read more Nature: Monster or Mother?