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Dear Journal, I am at a loss for words to encompass the events of the past few weeks. What began as a dream, and so unexpectedly, has turned into a … Continue reading
I’ve decided to write a creative piece for my final project and a brief analysis of it. The piece consists of events that I’ve witnessed and found upsetting for reasons … Continue reading
Letter thirty-two in particular caught my attention because it was filled with marks of Teresa’s subjugation, and seems to embody, to me, a kind of confession of hers that she … Continue reading
I just remembered this short story I read for an English class last fall called “Fantomina, or Love in a Maze” by Eliza Haywood. One of the themes were the … Continue reading
“…she even played with the idea of bearing his children, though these children…related not to fantasies of motherhood but to certain explicit fantasies she had of totally engulfing him which … Continue reading
Unlike the title of Mary Wollstonecraft’s “Vindication of the Rights of Woman,” in which the singular form of “women” is used, emphasizing individuality, Anna L. Barbauld titles her poem “The … Continue reading
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