I had an discussion today about the division in art between ‘high’ and ‘low’. These were some arguments.
English Study Paper
“I found employment, the third day after my arrival, in stowing a sloop with a load of oil. It was new, dirty, and hard work for me; but I went at it with a glad heart and a willing hand. I was now my own master. It was a happy moment, the rapture of which […]
In the part of his Biblical Series on Adam and Eve, professor Jordan Peterson (1:56:11) questions: “The mystery is not why men abandon their children. It’s the reason why men ever stick with them. That’s the mystery.” For a lot of teenage children growing up nowadays in broken families, there may be some answer to […]
Is Beowulf the Epitome of the Germanic Hero? This paper will deal with whether Beowulf is the epitome of the Germanic Hero. To do that, we have to define the Germanic hero, then look up examples of Beowulf performing acts that concur with the Germanic hero type. From that we can draw a conclusion. One […]
Are Black and White Vernaculars Diverging? From the 1980’s, much research has been done on AAVE: African American Vernacular English. AAVE is a variety of English spoken by most working- and middle-class African Americans. AAVE might be a plantation creole; it derived from the British English spoken by plantation holders, which was taken over by […]