What exactly are you looking at, aren’t they just regular annotations? They aren’t entirely “normal” annotations. I’ll explain this. I tried to make a group of annotations using Hypothesis that could help people in the future while reading Hoccleve’s Complaint. Hypothesis is an extension that people can use to annotate a text online. The extension… Read more Help with Hoccleve – Second Unessay
An Analysis of Hamlet by William Shakespeare With a lot of time to digest the play Hamlet, I was drawn to the internal struggle within the characters. I took Hamlet as an example of realism, when the ethical choices of characters are more important than the plot; for instance it’s not as important that the… Read more To Be or Not To Be. . . Mad
One could argue that the creature from Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel, Frankenstein, is a character suffering from psychosocial impairments. Developmentally, psychosocial skills are gained in childhood, and some issues can be worked out with therapy, preventing further problems in adulthood. The creature in this novel had no childhood to develop through. The creature was thrown… Read more Was The Creature Developmentally Disabled?