Boys Will Be Boys

I uncovered an old essay of mine from November 2013 in my English Comp I class. It was a group project, which at that time meant that I wrote all of it while everyone else watched. Enjoy! Boys Will Be Boys On a hot summer afternoon, two boys sat in a court. Solemn, distraught, guilty… Continue reading Boys Will Be Boys

People-Watching

Did any of y’all see this movie? It wasn’t well advertised. Brought to you by the nominations at SXSW 2015: I have to say this is one of the most bizarre thrillers that I actually enjoyed. Written and directed by Alex Garland, a London filmmaker. A young programmer (Caleb) wins a mysterious contest, which buys him… Continue reading People-Watching

Death in Romantic Poetry

My final paper in British Literature. I enjoyed the professor. The content sort of puts me to sleep. Too many poems. But here’s what I got out of it. An A paper: Death in Romantic Poetry Throughout literature, death is a commonly used topic. From the loss of soldiers in Wordsworth’s ballads to Beth’s heartbreaking… Continue reading Death in Romantic Poetry