Peer Review Week 10

Hi Amy,

Your analytical perception of Miles Franklin’s writing is truly insightful and provides an in depth and well thought out interpretation towards your view of the text. That said, please do try to be mindful of becoming repetitive in your writing style in particular the line “The repetition of the word ‘weariness’ “

Keep up the good work!

Regards,

Brandon

 

Amy’s Post:

https://amyraso.wordpress.com/2017/09/24/language-choice-and-poetic-power-miles-franklin-a-drought-idyll/

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Peer Review 03/10

Hi Natalie,

Your creative is one which explicitly immerses the reader into the text with the use of highly emotive language. The despair is extremely powerful and almost radiates across the poem. The creative is powerfully written and your eloquence should be highly commended.

Keep up the good work!

Regards,

Brandon

 

 

 

Natalies Blog Post:

https://natalie4820.wordpress.com/2017/09/13/drunken-despair/comment-page-1/#comment-35

Peer Review 19/9

Hi Christella,

You have composed a truly beautiful written sonnet. Your continuity of rhyming couplets is a strong characteristic of your creative post and your post in general is strongly representative of Charles Harpur’s  originality and uniquely emotional sonnets. You are to be commended for such a vivid and imaginary piece

Keep up the good work!

From,

Brandon.

 

Christella’s Post

https://christellabade.wordpress.com/wp-comments-post.php

 

Peer Review 12th September

Hi Quincy,

You have undeniably captured the style of Charles Harpur in your creative. You explicitly capture a unique perspective towards the emotions of love beautifully. However, please be wary on the capitalisations of your personal pronouns (I). Nonetheless a good creative

Keep up the good work!

From,

Brandon

 

Quincy’s Blog:

https://quincysteven.wordpress.com/2017/09/10/4th-blog-topic/comment-page-1/#comment-5

Peer Review Week 5

Hi Jess,

You description of Drysdale’s work effectively captured my interest as a reader, you have undeniably captured the resemblance of the artwork alongside the intended representations of the artist. It could be beneficial for your blog to reflect on more of a description of the piece alongside a representation of what the actual artwork is attempting to discuss. 

Keep up the good work!

From Brandon

 

Review Of Jess Smith’s blog:

https://jessicaandliterature.wordpress.com/2017/09/03/australian-literature-critical/comment-page-1/#comment-15

Peer Review 1

Hi Emma,

It is apparent just from the opening sentence that this account is extremely well composed and is truly personal to you and your experience, you have a strong eloquence in your writing style which has developed a sustained sense of Pathos throughout the post. I personally love the inclusion of photos and quotations which truly reside with you as it makes the work even more personal to your own opinions.

Keep up the good work,

From Brandon

 

Reviewed the following post on Emma-Jane Missio’s Blog:

https://emmajanemissio.wordpress.com/2017/08/17/happiest-place-on-earth/