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Prejudice

A theme that stood out to me in this reading was the idea of prejudice, particularly surrounding Lydgate.  A large part of this section was about Lydgate’s developing relationships within society as he continues with his plans for his hospital. … Continue reading

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When ‘Everybody’ Becomes ‘I’

In the selection of Middlemarch that we read for class today, the novel’s fixation on social networks, and their interactions with familial relations, come to head with the reading of Featherstone’s will. Even at the sentence level, the diction works … Continue reading

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