College. That time in your life that flies by in a blur. Parties, drinks, guys, the list goes on and on of your daily activities. “Oh it’ll be a blast,” they say, “It’ll be the time of your life!” they say. Well in my opinion they all lied. My college experience has been nothing short … More Oh College, What Have you Done to me?
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You want to know when I get most of my work on the blog (and reading) done? Between 8-11 p.m. That’s night time, if you’re keeping score at home. You see, there’s a myth out there—and it’s been floating around for centuries thanks, partially, to Ben Franklin—that in order to be…
Yeats uses a basic rhyme scheme and flowing words to discuss the themes of love in “The Cap and Bells,” while he uses a much more crude language, and a more loose rhyme scheme in “Crazy Jane Talks with the Bishop.” Yeats uses these two poems in the different parts of his life, to describe … More An Analytical Review of “Cap and Bells” and “Crazy Jane Talks with the Bishop” by William Butler Yeats