Monthly Archives: November 2010

post on A Small Place

  In A Small Place, Jamaica Kincaid represents the voices of Antigua and she uses personal experiences and history in this essay and the entire work shows her anger and intelligence. She brings attention to the conditions in Antigua which … Continue reading

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Post on Fun Home

  In “Autographic Disclosures and Genealogies of Desire in Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home,” Julia Watson’s main argument is that Fun Home is “a multimodal form different from both written life narrative and visual or photographic self-portraiture.” According to Julia Watson, … Continue reading

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Post on The Kiss by Kathryn Harrison

After reading Kathryn Harrison’s memoir, The Kiss, I do feel sad for Harrison, but I don’t see her as a victim since she could’ve protect herself. When she met her father, he kissed her and that’s where their relationship began. … Continue reading

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