Author Archives: Montana Landegger

Snakes and Gazes

When reading a specific paragraph on page 171 (starting with “And with more ado…”), I was reminded me of the third passage we read in class today, that on page 143. The wording he chooses and similes are almost exactly … Continue reading

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Job gets a job

  In the first few chapters the differences gender, class and race are brought up in different scenes, and many with relation to Job. Holly decides he needs a nurse, but it must be a man since “no woman to … Continue reading

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Of Thee, We Write (but who is thee? who are we?)

The three panelists in the ‘Of Thee, We Write’ made me want to go and read some of their works. Each person gave a little background on themselves and their writing, and then read out samples. I loved how Naomi … Continue reading

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A keepsake named keepsake

The interaction between Rosamond and Mr. Ned Plymdale (mainly page 253) caught my interest in two main ways. The first being how superficial and unsubtle Ned is, the second being its similarity to Dorothea’s past situation. Ned is constantly focused … Continue reading

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‘Poor’ Narrators

There are numerous interesting patterns to note within this section of reading, but I will focus on two. The first being Miss Clack’s similarity to Gabriel Betteredge, the other being the constant usages of ‘poor’. Although in the first chapter … Continue reading

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