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EAH digs at Clare’s work: A simple love poem?
Jack, Adam, Gwen, and Natalie consider a “minor interaction” with the Russian.
With what methods should History make Knowledge Claims about Spring 2020?
What lessons for the present does Orwell have? A range of questions!
Boy oh boy!
EAH considers the last enigmatic line. . .
The EAH crew investigate Vaughan’s “The Retreat.”
Jack, Adam, and Natalie dig into Marlow’s first words.
The EAH crew tackle this complex meditation on the death of two parents.
Natalie, Adam, and Jack consider the juxtaposition of these two short works.
The Cavalier Poetry of Thomas Carew, as understood by EAH: Anja, Mia, Sophia, Ian, and Alex
Adam and Natalie consider the value of the novel’s resolution.
Zoe, Hannah, and Saffron ask the disquieting question.
Some concrete poetry for the EAH readers.
Jack, Gwen, Natalie, and Adam clarify a few things.
Jack, Adam, Gwen, and Natalie go bird-watching.
Mia, Alex, and Sophia discuss the first meeting with Quint.
The EAH group step into Rossetti’s mind….
Adam, Jack, Gwen, and Natalie relish the full circle meeting with Mr. Norton.
How are people persuaded to change their minds?
Mia and Ian stroll in to discover Blake’s happiness.
Adam, Jack, Gwen, and Natalie consider Ras’s identity politics.
Anja, Mia, Alex, and Ian rethink revenge.
Adam, Jack, and Natalie challenge Ras’s politics.
Sophia, Grace, Meredith, and Olivia pursue the power underlying the novel.
The EAH crew take on Dunbar’s classic challenge!
Adam, Gwen, and Natalie examine the fate of Tod Clifton.
What happens when we tear apart a favorite childhood narrative?
Adam, Jack, Gwen, and Natalie pick up the pieces of Jack’s missing eye.
The EAH Crew unpack one of Shelley’s classics.
The warm-up to the ELA 11 Research Project for second semester, we will create a presentation which digs at the values differences between cultures.
Adam, Jack, Gwen, and Natalie pick apart the nuances of Mary’s problematic bank.
Is it Prufrock or is it Kees? EAH Podcast asks this and more…
How does a cultural story of fear limit our freedom to choose?
Jack, Gwen, Natalie, and Adam examine the motivations for IM’s spontaneous eviction speech.
Mia, Sophia, and Ian dig into the thematic meanings of Bledsoe’s actions.
Jack, Gwen, Natalie, and Adam examine the narrator’s misplaced sense of superiority.
Anja, Mia, Alex, Ian, and Sophia take our first steps into examining the psychological allegories in Invisible Man.
Jack, Gwen, Natalie, and Adam contrast the different interactions IM and Bledsoe have with Norton.