Author Archives: Bri

Work, brain, work!

I felt the bibliography essay was decently challenging. I think I’m pretty apt at summarizing, but I had difficulty connecting my sources into a “conversation”; several dealt with significantly different topics, and some with different works altogether. I was concerned … Continue reading

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My post concerns not whether Ozeki has an agenda in writing All Over Creation (I think it’s too obvious she does) but rather how she feels about the concept of motivation in the GMO debate. In the book, two motivations … Continue reading

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The Gallup Ceremonial

While reading Ceremony, I struggled to find a topic that I felt was relevant to a class called Environmental Fiction and Criticism. I ended up plucking nature-related quotes and puzzling over how any of them could provide enough content for … Continue reading

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