This was written about a year ago. One of the impressions that we get about Kate is that she is the most hopeful in her family, but she is in complete and utter denial of any possibility that Larry is dead. She relies on horoscopes – an inaccurate and far-fetched source – as a way … More ALL MY SONS: WHAT IMPRESSION DOES THE AUDIENCE GAIN OF KATE BEFORE SHE APPEARS ON THE STAGE IN SECTIONS 1&2 OF ACT 1?
In the poem ‘The Sun Rising’, Donne tries to present the relationship between lovers as private though their love is imposed upon by other forces – in this case the sun which Donne addresses in a rude and abrupt manner. Donne presents the figures of the lovers as the most important people in the world … More Donne’s ‘Sun Rising’ and ‘The Flea’
“I’m delighted to see you,” exclaimed a man standing on the porch. From his wide grin and the sincere satisfaction in his eyes, this must be the Jay Gatsby who holds the regular West-Egg parties; the same Oxford graduate, relative of Kaiser Wilhem and a German spy. Fascinating. He states, once again, he is delighted … More The Great Gatsby: Sloan’s Perspective
Pastiche on John Donne’s ‘A Jet Ring Set’. This was fun to make. 🙂 Thy checketh marks art not as blue as my heart, Nor half so loud as mine own silence, thou art; What would’st thou say? Shall my irrelevance by thee be commended, -‘Nothing more luminous, nothing sooner ended’ I wilt not … More A WhatsApp Sent