Professor Lisa Brundage
Category Archives: readings
As kids we all want pets because when your a kid, your consider to be cool to have a pet because you have someone to play with all the time and you feel like an adult because its your pet … Continue reading
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Reading Passing was… difficult. I cant describe the vain, the disdain, the utter rage this book gave me. The characters are uninteresting, and the story itself is just as bland. it was a battle inside of me to turn the pages with … Continue reading
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.
overall the story was very good. The theme of this story is very much lived today. race and racism are two very controversial issues that effect everyone. in the story Armand is portrayed confident and superior to all the slaves … Continue reading
I found these rare and breathtaking color pictures from the Great Depression. They really help me visualize the world Steinbeck portrayed.
The Migrant Experience, prepared by Robin A. Fanslow at the American Folklife Center, Library of Congress We’re going to go over this material in class together on Sept 12. (You are not required to read it in advance.) Wondering what … Continue reading
Chopin’s “Desiree’s Baby” The Kate Chopin International Society has lots of information about Chopin’s life, her work, and scholarship that has been done on her.