Connection with Milton and American Lit of Disability and Disease

Interestingly enough, I made somewhat of a weird connection in one of the poems I read for my ENG 391 Class. In our discussion of Hawthorne’s “The Birthmark”, Aylmer who is a “man of science” focuses on removing a birthmark off the face of his wife Georgiana. Throughout the story, she is split between whether …

Milton and the Bible

It’s interesting to me that Milton finds great use of Biblical phrases to support his “pamphlets”. Ultimately, with his rich use of sophistication for creating these works, he organizes his works in a way to support the message he is carrying across. “With every sentence and almost every clause interwoven with simile or metaphor, the …

Let’s go back in time…to Tuesday

If my memory is working properly, I believe we talked about choice on Tuesday. Now, although it was originally presented as why do we have so many options/abundance, it eventually shaped itself into asking why do we have choice? When Dr. Campbell said that in order for there to be good (or at least value …

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