Romeo and Juliet Short Story

The Power of Love Ryan Fung   Juliet watched as Romeo leaped over the wall. The sky has darkened into a faint violet, darkening the flowers inside the garden. Sadness pressed down onto Juliet as if it was trying to crush her with its unbearable weight, pushing out the remaining happiness that was left inside […]

The Power of Fear

In the book “The Chocolate War” by Robert Cormier uses a fictional character named Archie to portray the idea of how manipulation is driven by the power of fear. The “Universe” in this book is essentially created by “The Vigils”, a group of people that hopes to create their own universe that everyone else will […]

Victorious

The TV show I watched was called “Victorious” and was made in the late 2010s.  The major question of this episode was that will Evan still like Cat even when he realizes that she isn’t actually blonde? In this episode, even though that there are many main characters, I think the most important protagonist would […]

Nothing Ever Stays Perfect

  Have you ever wondered what it will feel like to instantly lose everything in a blink of an eye?   In this short story, it mainly circles around the main character Junior. Being the son of a billionaire, he was a spoiled and naughty child at a young age. In the exposition, the story […]

Will Junior Survive?

  Have you wondered what it is like to join a fight knowing that you’ll lose for sure?   In the novel “The Absolutely true diary of a part-time Indian“, Sherman Alexie creates a round character who is forced to use fighting to be on top in order to survive Reardan. He shapes the protagonist […]

The Characterization of The book: Forge

How dialogue helps you understand characters       Dear Mr. Schroeder and Mr. Sostak,   For my revolution book, I have been reading the book “Forge” by Laurie Halse Anderson. This book shows the harsh living conditions that the soldiers were living in during the American Revolution. In the book, the main character, Curzon […]

Box out by John Coy

The book “Box Out” by John Coy I thought was actually extremely relatable to me because we both share the same hobby. Basketball. Throughout the book the main protagonist, Liam Bergstrom was suddenly moved up into the varsity basketball team, and because this happened, he has to adapt to the varsity environment, and most importantly, […]