Fear this kind of psychological emotional experience, in addition to the rare congenital disorder of body and mind, normal person should have experienced. Even the so-called “bold”, should have had experience of fear, but can make them feel fear less thing or situation. Perhaps everyone experiences the fear of the feeling is not completely consistent, […]

We can all agree that horror films now- a- days are not really that scary; Consisting of only jump scares and loud noises, there is still high chance I will be able to go to sleep at night. Pyscho (1960) was the start of an era of horror films called Slasher Films. These type of […]

A Review of Black Hole

October 23, 2016 | 5 Comments

In the beginning of Black Hole, the author Charles Burns makes an immediate association with the title in regards to four different images. For us readers, the shape of this cut or unique versions of a “Black Hole” are relate-able, yet can be recognized as odd comparisons. After the scene of the three characters smoking, […]

Horror films are deeply imbedded into our popular culture. Although many horror films follow a generic unchanging formula, we still watch them for the thrill. Many horror films such as the iconic Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), generated a large audience, creating a massive platform to portray mental illnesses. In the first installment of the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise, […]

The movie A Nightmare On Elm Street is the typical slasher movie. We encounter a group of friends who slowly get killed one by one due to poor choices and not believing in a crazy friend who seems to be the only one tormented by an outside source. This movie has the typical cast of characters, the […]

A nightmare Elm street is a slasher film that can be easy categorized as a classic. It is comprised of different components which are necessary for this genre. From the typical group of friends/people who are affected by some malevolent force, to the one character whose theory (which explains the cause to their situation) no […]

Children’s hope

October 9, 2016 | 1 Comment

“Why the Best Kids’ Books Are Written in Blood” is a article by Sherman Alexie. This is write about why there are so many unfair things in this world. In this article, one thing I remember very clearly. That is a young man told author he doesn’t want to be like his father do a soldier. Because […]

My Article

October 6, 2016 | Leave a Comment

My article is “The Power of Hope”, written by Scott Larson. Although the article does not bring up or mention The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian it discusses a topic that is a major theme in the book; How can teens who have dealt with so many struggles and tragedies find a way to still […]

Article Summary

October 5, 2016 | Leave a Comment

In my article “Writing Down the Grief” by Lori Ungemah, the author recalls experiences of death, similar to Arnold in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian. In the beginning although Ungemah does not have a disability like Arnold, she uses a painful experience regarding her father to grab the attention of readers.  She explains […]

Liz Ransom’s article Identity is sort of relatable to Sherman Alexie’s The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian. Ransom discusses that people have been assuming one’s race or heritage based on common stereotypes. Identity goes on to talk about how students misjudged Latino men and women based on what they see. The article talks […]

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