Peer Review 10/10

Hi Emily,

Your personal reflection on your emotions towards Ezra Pound’s text is incredibly written. You effectively present quotes and describe intelligently your emotions and thoughts towards them. Could you have provided more devices if possible in your reflection as I feel it would really help your analysis shine.

Keep up the good work!

Regards,

Brandon

 

Emily’s Post:

https://emilyboissezon.wordpress.com/2017/09/29/loving-your-husband-creative-american-lit/comment-page-1/#comment-14

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Peer Review 03/10

Hi Julena,

Your poem is eloquently written, your use of varied forms of imagery does wonders to immerse the reader within the world you have established within your work. I would like to see you use maybe bit more imagery using the other senses to really tie-in to your work and make it bit more exquisite.

Keep up the good work!

Regards,

Brandon

 

Julena’s Blog:

https://julenaoliva.wordpress.com/2017/09/20/american-lit-blog-6/comment-page-1/#comment-54

Peer Review 19/9

Hi Jesse, 

Your analysis and interpretation of Robert Frost’s quote was extremely extensive and thoroughly enjoyable to read, your use of external sources in your interpretation is to be commended and your  understanding of the quote is truly insightful. Your post has been composed with significant eloquence.

Keep up the good work!

From,

Brandon

Jesse’s Blog

https://wordsthought.wordpress.com/category/american-literature/critical/

Peer Review 12th September

Hi Erin,

Your contrast between the two members of your family is extremely vivid and highly commendable.  You are able to vividly describe the significant contrasts between the two individuals on a spiritual and culture basis and allows us a strong insight into the members of the family

Keep up the good work!

Regards,

Brandon

 

Erin’s blog post

https://whatalittime.wordpress.com/2017/09/06/black-and-blue/comment-page-1/#comment-5

 

Peer Review Week 5

Hi Christella,

I found your insight into the passage extremely compelling and well planned. Your discussion upon Twain’s use of visual imagery into great detail is commendable and you have effectively used references from the text to elucidate your argument further. 

Keep up the good work!

From,

Brandon

 

 

Christella Bade’s Post:

https://christellabade.wordpress.com/2017/09/04/blog-4-american-literature/comment-page-1/#comment-17

Peer Review Week 4

In response to Jessica Smith,

Jessica,

Your poem is truly powerful and awe-inspiring, your heavy use of high modality and imperatives should be commended as should your personal approach to the poem. You truly and strongly capture the relationships between an individual and their faith taking an empowering and non-confirmative approach

Keep up the good work

 

Jessica Smith’s Post:

https://jessicaandliterature.wordpress.com/2017/08/25/american-writing-creative-3/

 

Peer Review 1 – American Literature

Hi Josh, 

Your creative writing imbues an understanding of the ideals of the nonconformist, it is truly reflective and strongly emulates the words of Dickinson. The poem truly expresses the immanent nature of the spiritual world and integrates it to become a completely personal account of your own especially exploring the significant contrast between common forms of spirituality and your own personal beliefs.

Keep up the good work,

From, Brandon

 

Review of Joshua Straws Blog Post:

https://joshuastrawblog.wordpress.com/2017/08/13/me-and-mine-blogpost-1/