Dolls and Toys

Gooliope Jellington Freak Du Chic: Monster High Doll Review

Gooliope is a doll that I've had my eye on for awhile. Once I saw her on the shelf I needed her. Out of all the dolls, she caught my eye most of all but she's a bit more pricier than the regular dolls due to her size. So she's really eye-catching in the box… Continue reading Gooliope Jellington Freak Du Chic: Monster High Doll Review

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Literature · Novels and Novellas

The Awakening by Kate Chopin: An Analysis

The Awakening follows pampered wife, Edna Pontellier as she becomes discontent with her life and begins to yearn for solitude and her own identity. Edna Pontellier is a woman that gets all she asks from her doting husband, Leonce. Yes, Edna is pretty much upper class and spoiled. But she shouldn't be written off as… Continue reading The Awakening by Kate Chopin: An Analysis

Films

Halloween (1978): Film Theory and Analysis

There's some theories that say Michael Myers' motivation for murder is sexual in nature. He does murder his sister Judith in a state of undress and her whimpers and cries could perhaps, be interpreted as erotic. But this motivation is way too common and Michael is far from a common, run-of-the-mill murderer. He's supposed to… Continue reading Halloween (1978): Film Theory and Analysis

Literature · Short Stories

The Open Boat by Stephen Crane (Short Story Analysis)

Four men are trapped on a life boat: a captain, a cook, a correspondent and an oiler. They must fight the waves of the raging ocean in their small life boat. This story is based on a true event in Stephen Crane's life. “None of them knew the color of the sky” - the first… Continue reading The Open Boat by Stephen Crane (Short Story Analysis)