I chose characters from this novel because it offers a glimpse into the wonderful weird world of fashion, trans-gendered pill popping beauty queens and the legnths some will go to feel differently about themselves. If you havent read the book I have included a link to a breif description of the novel.
The Beauty Myth
2.) Revised Playlist
4.) Character Collage
5.) Revised Character collage
7.) Open Boat glossaries
Jean-Baptiste Clamence's Playlist
Final Britney Spears Playlist Revision
And now for the character collage....
Here is the latest update of my poem collage..
Here’s my final portfolio.
The Vietnam War
- Featured Tracks
- Bob Dylan – Masters of War
- Bruce Springsteen – Born in the USA
- Creedence Clearwater Revival – Run Through the Jungle
- John Lennon - Give Peace a Chance
- The Doors - The Unknown soldier
Here's my revised collage for the character Billy Pilgrim of Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five.
Here's my revised version of the collage for Sharon Olds' poem The Race. I worked on making the image flow a little more smoothly, most of the changes being the placement of things. Here's the original version, which has all of the image sources; no new images in this one.
See Poem Collage blogpost for image list.
Websites do not fit in the allotted space for credits very well, so I got rid of most of the credits and put the sources all here.
Elizabeth Bishop's poem, One Art, is a melancholy but resolved look at loss. Through her sadness, Bishop seems to advocate embracing loss and to practice handling loss as a way to cope with it. She says to "lose something everyday" such as door keys and then to gradually practice losing things that are more significant.