Tag Archives: Characterization

Paper Girl in a Paper Town

   Paper Town: A town marked on a map that doesn’t actually exists and is used to help map making companies avoid being plagiarized “It’s a paper town, with paper houses and paper people, everything is uglier up close.” … Continue reading

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Love Is Like A Lottery-“Windfall” by Jennifer E. Smith

“It’s like he’s the luckiest person in the world. It’s like we both are.”(Smith, 416) The message I took out from Jennifer E. Smith’s Windfall was “Money has two faces, don’t let it fool you.” Money can mean different things … Continue reading

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Romantic Times-Shakespeare edition

Lysander was a strong, and a romantic man. But others thought he was rude! In terms of The Strong Lysander, the quote “My love his more than his.”(Shakespeare, MSND Act 1 Scene 1) shows that he’s sure of what he’s … Continue reading

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The Baileys Saves The Land of Stories, Again.

This book is magic. It’s a magic. It makes you feel like you’re in The Land of Stories. Alex, who’s going to be the next Fairy God Mother of the Land of Stories gets into a serious situation where a … Continue reading

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With a Great Mother, Comes a Great Success

Always being strict to your kids isn’t easy. In this story called ‘The Rules of Game’,  Amy’s mom is a strict but wise woman. She also has a strong belief in Chinese culture and tradition. She, as a wise woman … Continue reading

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