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Summative Entry

The Nineteenth Century gives me real insights into human and social issues that are still current in the 21st century. The work of the Romantics alongside writers such as Dickens and Earnest has raised my awareness of the universality of the concerns they raise in society. Examining all of the blogs I’ve made this semesterContinue reading “Summative Entry”

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Peer Review #3

Caitlin, I enjoyed reading your insights into William Blake’s ‘The Garden of Love’, your technical analysis is impressive, I particularly enjoyed your discussion on symbolism. I can personally relate to the notion of growing restrictions moving into adulthood.  It is also interesting how there is this dichotomy between love and restriction in the context ofContinue reading “Peer Review #3”

Peer Review #2

George I really enjoyed your description of the Sydney streets, especially considering it is something that I’ve witnessed in person. Your use of detailed description is very reminiscent of Charles Dickens himself, your elongated final sentence is particularly evocative with the piling of comma after comma. Your word choice is very effective in creating thatContinue reading “Peer Review #2”

Blog 1 – Pandaemonium

Are the concerns expressed in the film Pandaemonium still relevant in the 21st century? Pandaemonium explores core components of human experience and identity that unquestionably resonate across time to the present day, some I’d argue even more so in the 21st Century than the 19th. Considerations of the role of government and the autonomy, the balance betweenContinue reading “Blog 1 – Pandaemonium”