Tag Archives: Exposition

Issue 22 of Indianapolis News

The protagonist of The Fault in Our Stars by John Green is a cancer-ridden 16-year-old girl named Hazel Grace Lancaster. Canonically, she does not pass away at the end of the book (spoiler alert- her lover Augustus does, though). But because she … Continue reading

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Love, Death, and the Void

My thoughts are stars I cannot fathom into constellations.   I first read The Fault in Our Stars by John Green at the age of eight. Obviously, at that time I read it for the predominant reason of showing off … Continue reading

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Living Life to the Fullest

 For my multimedia blog post, I decided to do a podcast on theme. This was a new form of media that I have not really explored before, so I thought it would be good to give it a try. … Continue reading

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Imminent Death

It isn’t rare for your favorite book character to die, especially for avid readers such as myself. It hurts a lot every time, but authors seemingly enjoy killing off their best protagonists. I believe that under the false explanation of … Continue reading

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I was Born with Water on the Brain

In my multimedia, I created a found poem. I tried to make it resemble the book cover of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie, which is also the book the poem is about. You can … Continue reading

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The Rarest Indian in the World

Different cultures, races, traditions and more exist across the world. They may not understand each other completely and be conflicted, but we can all overcome those differences eventually with an open mind.  There are many themes throughout The Absolutely True … Continue reading

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Rules of a Mother

Parents of different cultures have different ways of teaching, but one similarity between them all is the unconditional love for their children. All mothers, whether biological or adoptive, play a vital role in her children’s life. They are by their … Continue reading

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Found Poem

From: The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant  by W. D. Wetherell

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