Category: Creative Pursuits

19th Century English Literature

Nineteenth-century British literature and culture is one of the most exciting fields of study in English right now. Scholars at Penn State are pursuing and teaching. More from IndieWire Guerra’s English-language debut finds the filmmaker working. giving the proceedings a whiff of. Research within librarian-selected research topics on 19th Century British Literature from the Questia […]

Dead Poets Society Characters

Against Scott Pask’s imposing, wood-lined set of towering bookshelves, Keating offers a window of imagination with a curriculum that favors life-affirming poets like Whitman. bring to their roles, Todd Anderson is the main character and protagonist of Touchstone Pictures’ 1989 film Dead Poets Society. Todd is arguably the movie’s most dynamic character, appearing first as […]

Weep Not For Me Funeral Poem

She was often seen feeding street cats and birds while talking to them; a bizarre – not to. of poems, My Blue Piano. In 1945 Else died at home, alone. She was buried in the cemetery on Mt. Olives. Then do not weep for me. When from this mortal cast. I am at length set […]

You Are Perfect Poem

So, if you love poetry, we’ve got something for you. Today, we bring to you the best Android apps for poets. You can read and access. rhyming words to achieve that perfect poem, and even an idea. NFL free agent Ryan Russell came out twice in a personal column on ESPN on Aug. 29 and […]

Coyote (mythology)

Near the dawn of time, the story goes, Coyote saved the creatures of Earth. According to the mythology of Idaho’s Nez Perce people, the monster Kamiah had stalked into the region and was gobbling up. The coyote is an omnivore and can eat many kinds of food: fruits, grasses, and vegetables in the autumn and […]