https://create.kahoot.it/share/paradise-lost/6012eadf-49df-4924-8395-70d644fec507 For our Third Project, I decided to do a Kahoot like I did for the last project we had. This time around, I decided to do the Kahoot on another text we focused on in class this semester, Paradise Lost, by John Milton. Just like the last one, there are 20 questions, which are… Read more Third Project
https://create.kahoot.it/share/the-faerie-queene/da295395-2d6f-48 b7-a367-281e19ed006f For my Second Project in this class, I chose to make a Kahoot for my classmates to play. Kahoot is a fun trivia game that I have used for a handful of projects, and have participated in during different classes multiple times before. It is a great tool that I was introduced to… Read more Kahoot!
For this week’s blog post, I decided to do just a reflection instead of questions and a reflection. Over the past weekend, an incident occurred at my apartment that really made me reevaluate the way I look at things and the people around me. This incident really opened my eyes in a way that I… Read more From the Bottom of my Heart
What is American Moor about? American Moor is a play that was written and performed by Keith Hamilton Cobb. The play is assumed to be an autobiography, due to the fact the main (and only) character’s name is also Keith. In the play, it shows the challenges that Keith faces when auditioning for Shakespeare’s Othello.… Read more “If you could just see me, I could save you from another cookie cutter Othello.”
What is the difference between medieval and renaissance? The medieval period and the renaissance period actually occurred at two different times in Europe. The medieval period lasted from the 5th to the 15th century, while the renaissance period was the era itself. When doing the research, the medieval period tended to be more religious, with… Read more We Would Be NOWHERE Without the Medieval and Renaissance Time Periods!
What does the Faerie Queene herself represent? The Faerie Queene, also known as Gloriana, is heavily important in this poem, although she never does appear in it. She is always mentioned and is always the main focus of the poem, but she is never seen throughout it. She is the one who Arthur is in… Read more Dancing Queene
“When war assaults praise-worthy actions must honor his comrades, himself wielded, and the well loved land-prince Long did rule them. With weapons of warfare, weeds for the battle, Many a jewel with him must travel And favors no fewer they furnished Lone on the main, a gold-fashioned standard sad was their spirit, Their mood very… Read more Beowulf Found Poem
Who was Edmund Spenser? In 1552, Edmund Spenser was born in London, United Kingdom. There is actually no documentation out there dating when he was born. He was an English poet, most famously known for his epic poem, The Faerie Queene, which was published in 1590. The epic poem is about the adventures of a… Read more Learning New Things Everyday!
What is a common theme throughout Marie de France’s work? A common theme throughout Marie de France’s work is the theme of love. It is pretty hard to miss this one! Although her different pieces of work all mention this theme in some way, each one has a different angle on it somehow. Some show… Read more All You Need is Love, Marie de France!
If I could be any fictional character, I would be Daisy Fay/Buchanan from The Great Gatsby, except I would change her narrative a little bit. I would not stay with Tom Buchanan whatsoever. I would leave him and of course be with Jay Gatsby. How could you not want to do that? He showed her… Read more If I Were To Be Any Fictional Character