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    Yeah, I totally agree because that's for the most...

    Yeah, I totally agree because that's for the most part what I was trying to convey to my teacher. I guess I just illustrated it in a way that wasn't pleasing to him.
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    Yeah, I was sort of shocked too; not to mention...

    Yeah, I was sort of shocked too; not to mention slightly belittled. I'm sure he didn't mean it in any insulting way whatsoever, but it would have been nice just to have him state why he didn't like...
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    I spoke up when he asked my group what our take...

    I spoke up when he asked my group what our take on the poem was, and said that it was about an alien thing coming and ruining a wild area. I saw it being placed by the narrator in the wilderness as...
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    I really enjoy your interpretation. It's a way...

    I really enjoy your interpretation. It's a way that I didn't think of perceiving the writing. Wallace Stevens was not one of those that wrote for only the literary guys that would get the inside...
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    The Anecdote of the Jar by Wallace Stevens

    My American Literature II teacher and I have differing opinions on how to interpret this piece. Can whoever views this take a moment to read this short three-stanza poem and donate a comment...
  6. The Storm by Kate Chopin (issues with reading between the lines)

    In my American Literature II class, there is a debate that has the class divided on one singular part of the text: whether or not Calixta actually invited Alcee into her house or to only wait on the...
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    Play the Game - Queen

    Play the Game - Queen
  8. I highlight and scribble in the margins a lot...

    I highlight and scribble in the margins a lot because I have epiphanies as I read that are difficult to remember if I do not jot them down. I really just always have the pen ready, in my hand. ...
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    Sticky: "I am the master of my fate, / I am the captain...

    "I am the master of my fate, / I am the captain of my soul." William Ernest Henley (from his poem "Invictus")
    "Has any one supposed it lucky to be born? / I hasten to inform him or her it is just...
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    Sticky: "I am the master of my fate, / I am the captain...

    "I am the master of my fate, / I am the captain of my soul." William Ernest Henley (from his poem "Invictus")
    "Has any one supposed it lucky to be born? / I hasten to inform him or her it is just...
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