Project #94985 - 250 words , 150 words discussion and 75 words reply

Primary Post (250+ revised words)

Think about how isolation can spark the fires of creativity. In your post, muse on how Dickinson's isolation focuses her creative spirit. Use a quote from one of her poems. Then describe either your own experiences with creativity and whether or not being isolated helped OR give an example of how someone else's reclusiveness or confinement helped facilitate their creativity. Remember that you should ALWAYS cite your sources.

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A prison gets to be friend - 
Between its Ponderous face 
And Ours - A kinsmanship express - 
And in its narrow Eyes - 

We come to look with gratitude 
For the appointed Beam 
It deals us - stated as our food - 
And hungered for - the same - 

We learn to know the Planks - 
That answer to Our feet - 
So miserable a sound - at first - 
Nor ever now - so sweet - 

As plashing in the Pools - 
When Mercury was a Boy - 
But a Demurer Circuit - 
A Geometric Joy - 

The Posture of the Key 
The interrupt the Day 
To Our Endeavor - Not so real 
The Cheek of Liberty - 

As this Phantasm Steel - 
Whose features - Day and Night - 
Are present to us - as Our Own 
And as escapeless - quite - 

The narrow Round - the Stint - 
The slow exchange of Hope - 
For something passiver - Content 
Too steep for looking up - 

The Liberty we knew 
Avoided - like a Dream - 
Too wide for any Night but heaven - 
If That - indeed - redeem 

Primary Post (150+ revised words)

Read the criticism of A Doll's House. What do you think of it? Are any of the critics are misguided? Why? Based on their criticism can you argue that the play is still relevant? If you watched the documentary, feel free to use it in your discussion. If you quote, remember to cite. 

 

Comment Requirement (50+ revised words)

What do you think of what your classmate has said? Why? Can you pull from the texts to support or refute his or her claims? . What do you think of it? Are any of the critics are misguided? Why? Based on their criticism can you argue that the play is still relevant? If you watched the documentary, feel free to use it in your discussion. If you quote, remember to cite. 

 

 Out of all the critics I don't think any of them are misguided. Everyone has their own opinion and you can either agree or disagree, but it doesn't take anything away from that person. With that being said the one critic that caught my attention was Emma Goldman when she said "when her husband's life is threatened, it is no effort, it is joy for Nora to forge her father's name to a note and borrow 800 cronen on it, in order to take her sick husband to Italy." (986) when she said this she really made it clear that she was supporting Nora's actions in the play. Emma caught my attention because I also supported Nora's decisions. Although I am a male, I did take the females side in this play because I honestly think anyone would/should. Nora made a decision to help out her husband because she loved him, it wasn't a very smart decision in some people eyes, but she did it out of love and that is all that matters. I think that she has very good character and she also knows what she is worth which is why she walked out on her husband at the end. 

Goldman, Emma. “Review of A Doll’s House.” Making Literature Matter: An Anthology for Readers and Writers. Ed. John Schilb and John Clifford. 6th ed. Boston, 2015. 986-989. Print.

 

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