Monthly Archives: February 2013

Blog 7: Compare McEwan’s prose to Woolf’s.

I found Saturday and Mrs. Dalloway Reader to be very similar to each other. For me I actually love Saturday and love reading it. Maybe it has to do with the fact I love psychology so much and having the … Continue reading

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Virginia Woolf: The Emergent Self

Her thoughts flowed in a turbulent current, and every moment ushered in a new wave of sensation. Unlike the “old fashioned novelist” who treated the mind as a static thing, Woolf described the mind as neither solid nor certain. Instead, it “was very … Continue reading

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Blog 2: Qualia Of Dark Chocolate

It was a Dark Cadbury, It was so new to me since it was the first time I ever tried dark chocolate. Was it delicious? Was it the best tasting chocolate I ever had? No not really.It was a little … Continue reading

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Blog 5: Reading Virginia Woolf

Overall I am not a fan of Virginia Woolf. I think that the way she writes is confusing and it is just not my favorite. The Mrs. Dalloway Reader was an alright book. I didn’t hate it. I think that … Continue reading

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Blog 4: Walking with Clarissa: What does it feel like to be Clarissa in London? Focus on one or more of the fiive senses

Clarissa starts off by walking around in London getting ready for her party. She is into high class parties and high society people. I think that the things that she sees and thinks are the most important sense that the readers … Continue reading

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Blog 3: Metaphor for the Brain.

Your Brain is a Music or Dance because it orchestrates movement of things, ideas, or emotions. Music can take you anywhere and bring you to the places of the unknown. Just like how your brain can take you anywhere with … Continue reading

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