Professor Lisa Brundage
Monthly Archives: September 2012
I read this book before in High School and loved it but after so long i had forgotten what happens at the end so reading it again made me relive the first time i read it remembering as i went along even … Continue reading
I’ll give each of you a hard copy in class on Monday, but if you need another, you can get it here.
I love this book! i had read it once a very long time ago but i didnt really pay attention to a lot of details as i did this time. I read it the book in a matter of two … Continue reading
Overall I liked reading this book. When I first started reading it I started getting bored. As soon as I got to the 3/4th page it made more sense. George and Lennie both have two different personalities which made it … Continue reading
Just finished reading Passing and I know the underlying theme was supposed to be racial identity, but – I gotta say – I felt the title had more to do with Irene and her passing for a righteous woman than … Continue reading
All along reading “Of Mice and Men,” I always think that Leannie is a very big man with a naive mind. He never has the intention to harm anyone, yet this is what gets him in trouble and/or ending up … Continue reading
Notes on our class discussion on heroes and villain in Of Mice and Men HEROES Lennie: the purest of heart even though he can’t control his actions, but there are no real heroes because everyone is looking out for himself … Continue reading
An enormous THANKS to the donut fairy! I am very grateful–and you are very sweet!
We’re going to discuss some quotes in class on Monday. You don’t need to do any work on this til we get to class. “‘A guy needs somebody–to be near him.’ He whined, ‘A guy goes nuts if he ain’t … Continue reading
Here’s a link to Burns’ poem.