Monthly Archives: November 2011

HARKINS – WEEK 13

6 (Count ’em) Things I’ve Begun to Incorporate Using the perfect paragraph for one paragraph in my last essay. Avoiding linking verbs (in 1 par. of last essay). Supporting every thing I say with evidence (especially in blog posts for … Continue reading

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Joshua

Joshua as a New Moses Since the Lord promises Joshua, “…and as I was with Moses, thus I will be also with you,” it appears that the Lord is comparing Joshua’s future to the life of Moses (Joshua 1:5).  Why … Continue reading

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Paradise Lost III

Relations to this Semester’s Reads This morning, as I read Book 11 of Paradise Lost, either my “relative cap” was on, or it was mere coincidence that the first 6 pages of this book contained three similarities to previous readings … Continue reading

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Paradise Lost II

Immaculate Fruit…Touched I am comparing two things.  First, the Tree of Knowledge is like Christ.  Second, Adam and Eve’s original innocence of abstaining from the Fruit (for Its Fruit was not ripe for human partaking) to preserving virginity before marriage. … Continue reading

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Harkins – Week 11

“I’m first!” “But I’m last!” One commonality between first and last sentences is that “‘last sentence,’ like ‘first sentence’ is both a formal and a content category” (Fish 122).  Considering this possibility of forms and content in either of these sentences, … Continue reading

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Paradise Lost I

Circumference?…Sir, How Come You Made That Inference? Page 384 reads, upon mentioning of the creation of another world (Earth)–in addition to heaven, “so was his will / Pronounced among the gods, and by an oath, / That shook heaven’s whole … Continue reading

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The Faerie Queene Book I

Passages: Compared and Contrasted P. 88 [37]: And after all, vpon the wagon beame Rode Sathan, with a smarting whip in hand, With which he forward lascht the laesie teme, So oft as Slowth still in the mire did stand. … Continue reading

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