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  • Comment on Brute Neighbors 1-9 by William Channing
    Posted in: TSAG 2014 https://youtu.be/9dzl6eyMf0o
  • Comment on The Village by Alireza Taghdarreh
    Posted in: General Discussion Every day or two I strolled to the village to hear some of the gossip which is incessantly going on there, circulating either from mouth to mouth, or from newspaper to newspaper, and which, taken in homœopathic doses, was really as refreshing in its way as the rustle of leaves and […]
  • Comment on House-Warming 10-19 by Cindy Castillo
    Posted in: ENGL 340 S19 Geneseo This section reminded me of a conversation we had in class. Specifically after reading an article about how novels will never be obsolete, rather than transform into new identities (such as ebooks) but that the actual value of reading will never cease.
  • Comment on House-Warming 1-9 by Cindy Castillo
    Posted in: ENGL 340 S19 Geneseo "I sometimes dream of a larger and more populous house, standing in a golden age, of enduring materials, and without ginger-bread work, which shall still consist of only one room, a vast, rude, substantial, primitive hall..." For me, Thoreau seems to be over idealizing minimalism. This is not to […]
  • Comment on Spring 1-13 by Cindy Castillo
    Posted in: ENGL 340 S19 Geneseo I quite enjoy how Thoreau seems to personify nature. He writes "you here see perchance how blood vessels are formed," when referring to the streams he is observing. In his Walden, it seems to work as a meticulous collection of his stream of consciousness. Its quite intriguing, especially after […]

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