Illuminate the Mind through Literature
This Annotated Bibliography, was for my Intro to English Studies class, at Texas Woman's University. I picked the subject of Native American Literature, because after taking multiple literature classes, it still surprises me that this literature, is never, or rarely brought up. Also, multiple trips to the library, it came to my realization how hard it was to find books by Native American authors. Even though there were so many authors, and literature by them. It boggled my mind. I felt the need to finally, get to the bottom of this, and this Annotated Bibliography, was my first step in learning more about Native American Literature, and the almost absent presence of it.
This was a research paper, I did for my Advanced Grammar class, at Texas Woman's University. We were asked to pick an author, and see what we could learn about them. The Brothers Grimm, had always interested me, and I always wondered what they were really like. I was surprised to find, they were everyday mean, with accomplishments that were overshadowed by their fairy tale retellings.
This was a short essay done for my Multicultural Literature class at Texas Woman's University. We had to pick a piece of literature from our readings, and answer the following questions: What does the literature mean? How does it aid in our understanding of what it meant to be an African American at the time the literature took place? What does the literature teach us about history that we would not normally learn in a classroom or in a textbook? How does it maneuver for empowerment? Supposedly, I did, and was able to communicate how well I understood the text, and what it was doing.
This blog post speaks of how being geek is slowly becoming the new thing.
A review about the anime "Violet Evergarden".
Annotated Bibliography written in my British Literature 1 class at Tarrant County College.
Annotated Bibliography paper written for my English Comp class