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Jenny Jakins
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2 A Puddle, Not An Ocean If you like riddles, you might understand this.
Poetry: Humor, K+, English, Parody & Humor, words: 145, favs: 1, 4/5/2008
1 Reminiscence of Michal to an Absent David I think the poem explains it well enough, but just in case, Michal is King David's wife like, from the Old Testament . I was reading in that area and came upon this story, which I didn't know... and it hit a few cords within me.
Poetry: Religion, T, English, Angst & Tragedy, words: 931, favs: 1, 4/5/2008
Grandpa's teeth Brenton goes to visit grandpa, but he's not too eager. He's late, and his sister isn't too happy about it. And guess what's so great about dinner? A Dialogue exercise from my Fall 2007 Creative Writing Short Story class.
Fiction: General, K+, English, words: 477, 4/5/2008
An Excerpt from an Undone Work A single mother, trying to upgrade her education, is taking her daughter, who has just recovered form the chicken pox, to the park for the first time since the child got sick. A bit from a Creative Writing class I took Fall 2007.
Fiction: General, K+, English, Horror, words: 1k+, favs: 1, 4/5/2008
Daddy Isn't Perfect Megan, the daughter of a Mormon bishop, tries to come to terms with the realization that her father isn't perfect during a youth trip.
Fiction: General, K+, English, Spiritual, words: 2k+, 4/5/2008
Jan Brett Essay An essay I wrote for my Children's Lit class that discusses Jan Brett's use of pictures in The Umbrella and Daisy Comes Home both of which are picture books. This is the only essay from this class I will be posting.
Fiction: Essay, K, English, words: 1k+, 5/8/2007
Shakespeare Questions: Law and Nobility We were asked, for our Final Exam for Winter term, to consider the questions Shakespeare presents in his works. There was some quote of which he based the topic off. I focused on Hamlet and Richard II.
Fiction: Essay, K+, English, Drama, words: 1k+, 5/8/2007
Hamlet and King Lear: Whom to Blame for the Catast Whom to Blame for the Catastrophes is how it should read I ran out of room. My only essay not counting the Final for my second semester of Shakespeare English 332. Considerably longer than the other two. Once again, I didn't like the topic choices.
Fiction: Essay, K+, English, Drama & Tragedy, words: 2k+, 5/8/2007
Sideline Women in Three Shakespearean Plays My Final exam for the first semester of my Shakespeare English 332 class. It discusses the roles of Paulina, Richard II's wife, and Hippolyta. I didn't like this I didn't like the topic and so pretty much just threw stuff together but my teacher did.
Fiction: Essay, K+, English, Drama, words: 1k+, 5/8/2007
The Fall of King Richard II Another essay from the first semester of my Shakespeare English 332 class. This essay goes through Richard II Act by Act and really gets into one scene to discuss whether Richard's fall was because of external forces or himself.
Fiction: Essay, K+, English, Drama & Tragedy, words: 1k+, 5/8/2007
3 A Midsummer Night's Dream: Love Blinds An essay from my first semester of Shakespeare English 332. It discusses the love quartet as well as Titania, focusing on the symbolism of eyes in this work.
Fiction: Essay, K+, English, Drama & Romance, words: 1k+, 5/8/2007
3Isolation » Focus is on twentieth century writers. Rating because I don't imagine anyone younger being interested.
Fiction: Essay, T, English, Poetry, chapters: 2, words: 2k+, favs: 1, updated: 8/5/2006 published: 4/7/2006
Radix malorum est cupiditas "Avarice is the root of all evil." The Pardoner in Chaucer's Cantebury Tales can be a very confusing character; he preaches against avarice for that very same vice. This is my interpretation of it all.
Fiction: Essay, K+, English, Poetry & Spiritual, words: 1k+, 4/7/2006
Nature's Inspiration The impact of Nature on the Romantic Poets. Rating because I don't see kids under 9 reading this... actually, I don't see kids under 13 reading it unless they're exceptionally bright and interested in this sort of thing, but there's nothing explicit in i
Fiction: Essay, K+, English, Poetry, words: 1k+, 4/7/2006
3Louis, l'Ours Blanc Affame L'anglais est ma première langue, ainsi j'apprécierais tous les commentaires sur mon grammer ou épellation français, etc... C'est juste une histoire pour l'amusement.
Fiction: Kids, K, French, Humor, words: 392, 1/29/2005
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