Tag Archives: Theme

There’s No Pleasure Without Pain

Imagine a world that you’re always being told how much a gift, living in perfect community is like, without knowing any history in what is behind the higher ups. There’s no newspaper or internet. All they thrive for that is … Continue reading

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Where the Heart Lies

Home is not where a person was born or raised, but it’s a place they know they belong. Margarita is a girl that belongs in two worlds. She believes her heart belongs in Cuba yet her body lies in America. … Continue reading

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Genius or Grit?

Talents and genius is something everyone is born with, but humans seem to think that genius only counts for people with high IQs and thinking skills. While in reality, the real talents are the people who have passion and perseverance … Continue reading

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The True Identity is Found Within: Charles Dickens, Bleak House

The book, Bleak House by Charles Dickens really studies in depths of how important people’s identity have on their titles. Bleak House is not a kind of book where the main character that was born in a lower class family … Continue reading

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Connection in Life: Their Eyes Were Watching God

In a relationship, when communication fades, everything else follows. The theme of ‘Their Eyes Were Watching God’ was finding the right connection among the people around you. It’s about Janie’s quest to find true love which the story is narrated … Continue reading

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