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Category Archives: independence
Considering the many omitted lines from “Proverbs of Hell” in Manson’s reading, it suggests Manson’s interpretation of the poem centers in on personal experience and differences. During reading “Proverbs of Hell”, a few lines struck me. A few of those lines were, “A fool sees not the same tree that a wise man sees./ He whose […] Continue reading
Generally speaking, I plan on writing my final paper on portrayals of independent women and domestic abuse in film. Specifically, I want to focus on a very specific type of woman in American culture: the white Southern woman. My paper … Continue reading → Continue reading