Cane, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, and The Lovers Set Down Their Spoons

Need caught up on my blog? I’m a gay 27 year old college student who has decided to completely read every page of The Norton Introduction to Literature (Shorter 11th Edition), by Kelly J. Mays, just because. I also read other stuff and watch movies and tv shows. Okay, now you’re caught up. Yesterday was… Continue reading Cane, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, and The Lovers Set Down Their Spoons

Alan Bean Plus Four, Roman Fever, and Advice From A Caterpillar

Tom Hanks wrote a short story and got it published in The New Yorker. Congrats. You’re only, like, good at everything. Geez. Tom Hanks’s story, “Alan Bean Plus Four”,  wasn’t as awful as Slate and other blogs made it out to be, not to me. I think it does what a good short story is… Continue reading Alan Bean Plus Four, Roman Fever, and Advice From A Caterpillar

Recitatif, Resurrection, Arrow, and The Flash

If you’re new to my blog, you’ll want to know that I’m completely reading every page of The Norton Introduction to Literature: Shorter 11th Edition, by Kelly J. Mays, in it’s entirety, and blogging about it in an incredibly confusing way alongside my rants about life and stuff. I took an AP English class in high… Continue reading Recitatif, Resurrection, Arrow, and The Flash

A & P, Dark Meadow, and Once Upon A Time

I stayed home from my Acting One class today (actually, yesterday, because my blogs are usually a day late due to the rigorous editing process I put myself through) in an attempt to completely heal up good from not-Ebola. To be completely honest, I could use another day, but I got an email from my… Continue reading A & P, Dark Meadow, and Once Upon A Time

The Savage Detectives, Barn Burning, and Gotham

I’m behind in The Savage Detectives, a novel by Roberto Bolaño that I’m supposed to be reading for my English 300 class. The book is confusing to me and I’m not finding it to be a super enjoyable novel, either. Sometimes just being told to read something hinders it for me, but I’m not sure… Continue reading The Savage Detectives, Barn Burning, and Gotham