Category Archives: Humanities

Underneath the Outer Shell

Ray Bradbury once famously said, “There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not reading them”. Fahrenheit 451 is a dystopian novel that helps paint a picture of what the world would be like without books. Books … Continue reading

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Cracked Underneath

The Lacemaker and the Princess, by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley, is a historical fiction novel about the events that unfolded during the French Revolution. In the book, there are two main characters: Isabelle and Thérèse. Isabelle is a poor lacemaker in … Continue reading

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The Collapsed Chaotic Bloodbath

People called him Quentin Dechambeau. He was born twice. First as a 14-year-old strongminded, unwavering, fighter. Fighting for the justice, equality, and freedom of the Third Estates. Then again as a 20-year-old witness of deaths, drowning in fear and guilt. … Continue reading

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The Bloody Walk to Liberty

“Little by little, the old world crumbled, and not once did the king imagine that some of the pieces might fall on him.” ― Jennifer Donnelly.  Images of the French Revolution may flash in your head at first thought, but death … Continue reading

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One Step at a Time

                                I chose Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, by Benjamin Alire Sáenz, to use in my multimedia post. In the story, Ari struggles … Continue reading

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It’s Sunrise, but Nobody Can Tell

______________________________________________________________ This poem is about SDGs of life on land, life below water, and responsible consumption and production. If we don’t act now, this poem could be our future. ______________________________________________________________ It’s sunrise, but nobody can tell, The sunrays barely noticeable … Continue reading

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The Path of all the Wrath

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Choose Your Own Path

You know that feeling when you visit your grandparents and you’re filled with warmth and happiness? What if I told you that in the past, people in Japan had to abandon and let the elderly die, just because they were … Continue reading

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A Midsummer Night’s Nightmare

This magazine cover is about the play “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by William Shakespeare and focuses on the characteristics of Hermia. The cover talks about what Helena thinks of Hermia and how Hermia is determined, loyal, and can be too … Continue reading

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TIME to Pay the Price

Have you ever regretted something in the past? Daydreamed about what could’ve happened if you just changed one thing? In The Sound of Thunder, by Ray Bradbury, Eckels learns that small actions lead to big consequences. While in the past, … Continue reading

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