Today on Athenian Law: Egeus was the Right One?

Athenian Times by Robinson T

In this project, we were to make a magazine cover for a character from Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream. I chose the character Egeus because I believe that he is misunderstood and, by Athenian standards, is justified and rightful. I used this image in the cover because this is what I think he looks like – an old man with white hair and is overall grumpy. I chose this specific image because of the way my friends pronounce his name – “Egg”eus. His face in the photo looks kind of like an egg, don’t you think? I am especially proud of the aesthetic of the cover. It looks quite like a magazine cover, if I do say so myself. 

I Think I Lost My Found Poem

The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant” By W. D. Wetherell. This found poem was about a conflict in the story. To be specific, the inner conflict that the main character had about whether to ask his crush to go on date or not. I found the poem on pages 1, 2, and 3. The conflict propels the story plot by showing the main character asking Shelia to the date, so the whole Bass fiasco could have happened on the way to the date.

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