Author Archives: Heather Flynn

Article about Female Political Candidates

Hi all, I was scrolling through my facebook page and saw an article one of my friends posted that reminded me of our class discussion of how feminine power and beauty are linked. The title of the article is “Kamala … Continue reading

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Temptations and Responsibility in Book VII of Middlemarch

As we’ve been working our way towards the end of Middlemarch I’ve been trying to pay more attention to the headings of the books, with the hope that it will help me organize my thoughts on the content contained in … Continue reading

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“Porphyria’s Lover”

“Porphyria’s Lover” is a poem that Robert Browning writes in the form of a dramatic monologue. His use of the dramatic “I” gives the words a degree of immediacy and makes the audience feel as though they are being spoken … Continue reading

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Commentary on Collins’s Choice of Narrators in The Moonstone

One of the elements of The Moonstone that I have found myself most interested in is Collins’s choice of speakers. In the prologue, the story of John Herncastle’s acquisition of the moonstone in India is relayed through a letter written … Continue reading

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