Project 1: Jane’s Growth From Childhood To Womanhood In Poetry

“I had often heard the song before, and always with lively delight; for Bessie had a sweet voice,—at least, I thought so. But now, though her voice was still sweet, I found in its melody an indescribable sadness. Sometimes, preoccupied with her work, she sang the refrain very low, very lingeringly; “A long time ago”… Read more Project 1: Jane’s Growth From Childhood To Womanhood In Poetry

Project 1 (Revised)

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is a timeless story with many iterations since its publishing. There are many ways one could interpret the actions in this story, but I personally am more interested in the actions of the author that led to the creation of this story. The author, Mary Shelley, is a very interesting woman. Her… Read more Project 1 (Revised)

Project 1 Updated

Ableism and Mental Illness in Literature It is easily argued that most early literature, wherever it may come from, is usually problematic in some way or another. One theme I have noticed through the books we have read this semester is mental illness and ableism. It is not added information that back then, people did… Read more Project 1 Updated

Project 1

This ad is for people who are most likely to suffer from body dysmorphia. Women are more likely to experience it, or they are at least more likely to talk about it. Teenagers are also some of the most common victims of this disorder. That said, this disorder can affect people of all genders and… Read more Project 1


Hello everyone! I have attached a video that is just me explaining the Hamlet interactive fiction that I’ve been making called You As Hamlet. Since it’s a pretty big project, I’ll be publishing the finished product for the next project deadline! So for now, here’s the preview video 🙂 Some links for further reading, in… Read more Project!

Unessay Project

For this project I wanted to portray Ophelia’s death scene along with some of the aspects of Hamlet like greek mythology and flowers (which are relevant in the scene of Ophelia’s supposed madness). I decided to draw from Gertrude’s explanation that Ophelia died of a fall from a willow branch into a river, and write… Read more Unessay Project