Medieval Feminism; the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Project 2)

For my first half paper I wrote for this class, I wrote all about toxic masculinity in medieval literature. The summary was problems with men and “manly” thinking basically. An issue with my paper, just like medieval literature as a whole, I completely ignored women. I figured the only just way to rectify this situation… Read more Medieval Feminism; the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Project 2)

Milton Book 4 Daily Question—11/15

“Sight hateful, sight tormenting! thus these two [ 505 ]Imparadis’t in one anothers armsThe happier Eden, shall enjoy thir fillOf bliss on bliss, while I to Hell am thrust,Where neither joy nor love, but fierce desire, [509]” Satan sounds like he is envious of being attached to hell. Does it also seem like he is envious that he feels neither love or joy?… Read more Milton Book 4 Daily Question—11/15

Humans Being Favored (Reflection for 11/10)

While looking through the class’s daily question, there was one that got me stumped and I really think there is no right answer. The question comes from the article Milton Books 2&3 Daily Question—11/10 by psustudent64. In the essay, psustudent64 talks about God’s decision to favor humans over demons. “Why would humans be more favored… Read more Humans Being Favored (Reflection for 11/10)

Milton Books 2&3 Daily Question—11/10

“…What if we find [344]Some easier enterprize? There is a place (If ancient and prophetic fame in Heav’nErr not) another World, the happy seatOf some new Race call’d Man, about this timeTo be created like to us, though lessIn power and excellence, but favour’d more Of him who rules above [351]” An enterprise is a project or undertaking, typically one that is difficult or requires great effort.… Read more Milton Books 2&3 Daily Question—11/10