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https://plus.google.com/109286144438875587811 Amy Fyfe : ENGLISH LIT HW DUE 1/29/2015 Finish reading Gulliver's Travels, and be prepared to answer questions ...
ENGLISH LIT HW DUE 1/29/2015
Finish reading Gulliver's Travels, and be prepared to answer questions 6-10 in class.   Complete quiz 11 on the notes from Gulliver's Travels.
ENGLISH LIT HW DUE 1/29/2015
Finish reading Gulliver's Travels, and be prepared to answer questions 6-10 in class.   Complete quiz 11 on the notes from Gulliver's Travels.
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https://plus.google.com/113295860241396772067 Movie Addict : Happy Birthday to PC Sreeram P. C. Sreeram, born in India, Tamil Nadu, Chennai (58 years old) (born...
Happy Birthday to PC Sreeram

P. C. Sreeram, born in India, Tamil Nadu, Chennai (58 years old) (born 26 January 1956) is an Indian cinematographer and film director who works mainly in the Tamil film industry. A student of Madras Film Institute Sreeram is widely regarded as the Guru of Cinematography (English: (lit.) The mentor of cinematography). Apart from his cinematographic works he was much appreciated for his directorial venture Kuruthipunal which was submitted by India as its official entry to the Oscars in 1996.

Sreeram is well known for his longtime association with celebrated filmmakers and actors like Mani Ratnam, Moulee and Kamal Haasan. His work was well appreciated in films like Mouna Ragam, Nayagan, Geetaanjali, Thiruda Thiruda and Alaipayuthey.

Recently 'I' released from his cinematography. And the next one going to release is Shamitabh which is the most expected movie in Bollywwood.

Movie Addict Team would like to wish one of India’s finest cinematographers, Mr. P.C.Sreeram a very Happy Birthday. 
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https://plus.google.com/113480678280091919568 English Lit : Saira ; Sylvia Plath, ‘Burning the Letters’ – Ted Hughes, ‘The Thought Fox’ The title ‘Burning the Letters...
Saira ; Sylvia Plath, ‘Burning the Letters’ – Ted Hughes, ‘The Thought Fox’
The title ‘Burning the Letters’ itself gives away the main
subject of this poem, which is evidently the ‘letters’ whom one would believe
would be from Ted, whether they are love letters or simply a letter in which he
discloses his affair. At the very beginn...
Saira ; Sylvia Plath, ‘Burning the Letters’ – Ted Hughes, ‘The Thought Fox’
The title ‘Burning the Letters’ itself gives away the main subject of this poem, which is evidently the ‘letters’ whom one would believe would be from Ted, whether they are love letters or simply a letter in which he disclose...
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https://plus.google.com/113480678280091919568 English Lit : Emma- Burning the letters and Thought fox Both are written in the first person, so both are writing ...
Emma- Burning the letters and Thought fox
Both are written in the first person, so both are writing about themselves. Plath's poem seems distressing not for just the reader but for Plath herself as she is writing about burning her own life or old letters from perhaps Ted Hughes.  While Path's poem ...
Emma- Burning the letters and Thought fox
Both are written in the first person, so both are writing about themselves. Plath's poem seems distressing not for just the reader but for Plath herself as she is writing about burning her own life or old letters from perhaps...
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https://plus.google.com/116614201955850308617 Marcus Schwager : Txt Kayley Wilson Mr. Schwager AP English Lit. 10 March 2014 Quarter 3 CWP: A Sophisticated Poem on ...
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Kayley Wilson Mr. Schwager AP English Lit. 10 March 2014 Quarter 3 CWP: A Sophisticated Poem on the subject of Love Der ones was a Boi hoo luvd a Gurl they had dted 4 too dayz And Boi luvd Gurl so very much he cudnt count da wayz "i luv u bebe," sed da Boi ...
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Kayley Wilson Mr. Schwager AP English Lit. 10 March 2014 Quarter 3 CWP: A Sophisticated Poem on the subject of Love Der ones was a Boi hoo luvd a Gurl they had dted 4 too dayz And Boi luvd Gurl so very much he cudnt count da ...
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https://plus.google.com/115966177392205496125 Cori Hofmeister : Lots of Reading In my previous life I was an English lit major.  I paid a lot of money to read books...
Lots of Reading
In my previous life I was an English lit major.  I paid a lot of money to read books.  Most of them I found horribly boring, but once in a while the professor would pick out a good one.  I could never be a teacher as my patience runs too thin for excuses an...
Lots of Reading
In my previous life I was an English lit major.  I paid a lot of money to read books.  Most of them I found horribly boring, but once in a while the professor would pick out a good one.  I could never be a teacher as my patie...
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https://plus.google.com/109286144438875587811 Amy Fyfe : ENGLISH LIT Homework, Due 1/22/2015 Finish reading Robinson Crusoe, study notes, and take online Quiz...
ENGLISH LIT Homework, Due 1/22/2015
Finish reading Robinson Crusoe, study notes, and take online Quiz 11 on classmarker.com
ENGLISH LIT Homework, Due 1/22/2015
Finish reading Robinson Crusoe, study notes, and take online Quiz 11 on classmarker.com
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https://plus.google.com/113283641473922574649 Matthew Sky Vied : First day of school was today. Had an in-class essay for AP English Lit. There's a unit test tomorrow...
First day of school was today.
Had an in-class essay for AP English Lit.
There's a unit test tomorrow in AP US Gov.
There's another test on Thursday in AP Calc BC

I can only imagine what Friday brings.
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https://plus.google.com/100913875432557553640 Anand Matthew : Status of Being an English Literature Student CAUTION ! THIS POST IS A CUT & PASTE. # YOU CAN READ THE...
Status of Being an English Literature Student
CAUTION ! THIS POST IS A CUT & PASTE. # YOU CAN READ THE ORIGINAL AT http://www.studentbeans.com/mag/en/campus/57-things-all-english-lit-students-know-to-be-true < I COPIED IT HERE BECAUSE IT IS TRUE!!! VERY VERY TRUE. I HAVE DONE ALL THESE THINGS AND WENT ...
Status of Being an English Literature Student
CAUTION ! THIS POST IS A CUT & PASTE. # YOU CAN READ THE ORIGINAL AT http://www.studentbeans.com/mag/en/campus/57-things-all-english-lit-students-know-to-be-true < I COPIED IT HERE BECAUSE IT IS TRUE!!! VERY VERY TRUE. I HAVE...
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https://plus.google.com/111141433931761171964 Brenna Pappert : I like this. Yes, I believe all parents should be reading or at least know what their child is reading...
I like this. Yes, I believe all parents should be reading or at least know what their child is reading.  think I got this from my mom, the English Lit Major. My mother never stopped me from picking my own books out at the library, but she did demand that I share with her everything I brought home from the library. I think, though, that was more so she knew what I was reading so she could be there with answers to any questions.
If we stop telling kids what to read, they might start reading again
It's an age old question, but with new evidence.
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https://plus.google.com/102410444492150415665 Evan Vantassel - Jolly : my reading list. I want to set myself a challenge (amongst the others that come with A Levels and general...
my reading list.
I want to set myself a challenge (amongst the others that come with A Levels and general life). Ever since GCSE English and Drama and A Level English Lit, I have despised reading; especially books.  However, a couple of months back, I started reading magazi...
my reading list.
I want to set myself a challenge (amongst the others that come with A Levels and general life). Ever since GCSE English and Drama and A Level English Lit, I have despised reading; especially books.  However, a couple of mont...
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https://plus.google.com/105015650602317743088 Lara Crawford : On this day: At 7th January of 1982, the first episode of "Fame" aired on NBC. "Fame" was an American...
On this day:
At 7th January of 1982, the first episode of "Fame" aired on NBC. 

"Fame" was an American television series originally produced between 1982 and 1987. The show is based on the 1980 motion picture of the same name. Using a mixture of drama and music, it followed the lives of the students and faculty at the New York City High School for the Performing Arts. 

Although fictional, it was based heavily on the actual Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York. Most interior scenes were filmed in Hollywood, California.

The show's theme song was a pop hit for singer Irene Cara, having been featured in the motion picture. A re-recorded version of the theme, using similar instrumentation to the 1980 track, was used in the TV series and sung by co-star Erica Gimpel, who played Coco Hernandez.

She replaced Irene Cara, the original actress of that role in the movie, after she had disagreements, issues with the people behind "Fame" and her record company with regards to royalty payments for her hit, 'Fame'. In addition, the roles of Montgomery and wisecracks Doris Schwaltz and Danny Armatullo were performed by P.R Paul, Valarie Lansberg and Carlo Imperato respectively. 

The only main cast survivors from the original movie to make their transition to the small screen were Gene Anthony Ray as would- be dancer, Leroy Jonston and Lee Cureri as music student Bruno Martelli. and then- newcomer, Julie aka Lori Singer joined the ranks. 

Carol Mayo Jenkins played English Lit teacher, Miss Sherwood, Professor Shorofsky was undertaken by the late Albert Hague and last but not least, Lydia Grant; who having lusted after Leroy in the movie, became a hard- as- nails, tough talking drill sergeant/ dance tutor. She was played by the ever talented and sublime, Debbie Allen. 

Debbie Allen's role in the movie was once again very minor, but in the show itself, she became a regular cast member and as Lydia waved her magic wand, slipped on her dancing shoes and danced and sang like never before. For all her production, directorial efforts on other shows, her association with "Fame" will live on in memory for generations to come. 

She was in many respects, the heartbeat of and driving force behind 'Fame's success and phenomenon. Almost everything she touched turned to gold. Debbie choreographed most of the dance routines, directed and produced the show, as well as act, dance AND she sang on the show too. Just wow! 

The series won a number of Emmy awards and in 1983 and 1984 was voted the Golden Globe Awards: Television, Best Series, Musical/Comedy.

If you are a fan of the 80s, and want to feel artistically and creatively inspired, then be sure to get and watch "Fame" the TV series. 

#Fame  #TVShows
#80stvshows  #Onthisday
#TVSeries  #MusicalShow
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https://plus.google.com/104325301367747459556 charisse swan : On this day: At 7th January of 1982, the first episode of "Fame" aired on NBC. "Fame" was an American...
On this day:
At 7th January of 1982, the first episode of "Fame" aired on NBC. 

"Fame" was an American television series originally produced between 1982 and 1987. The show is based on the 1980 motion picture of the same name. Using a mixture of drama and music, it followed the lives of the students and faculty at the New York City High School for the Performing Arts. 

Although fictional, it was based heavily on the actual Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York. Most interior scenes were filmed in Hollywood, California.

The show's theme song was a pop hit for singer Irene Cara, having been featured in the motion picture. A re-recorded version of the theme, using similar instrumentation to the 1980 track, was used in the TV series and sung by co-star Erica Gimpel, who played Coco Hernandez.

She replaced Irene Cara, the original actress of that role in the movie, after she had disagreements, issues with the people behind "Fame" and her record company with regards to royalty payments for her hit, 'Fame'. In addition, the roles of Montgomery and wisecracks Doris Schwaltz and Danny Armatullo were performed by P.R Paul, Valarie Lansberg and Carlo Imperato respectively. 

The only main cast survivors from the original movie to make their transition to the small screen were Gene Anthony Ray as would- be dancer, Leroy Jonston and Lee Cureri as music student Bruno Martelli. and then- newcomer, Julie aka Lori Singer joined the ranks. 

Carol Mayo Jenkins played English Lit teacher, Miss Sherwood, Professor Shorofsky was undertaken by the late Albert Hague and last but not least, Lydia Grant; who having lusted after Leroy in the movie, became a hard- as- nails, tough talking drill sergeant/ dance tutor. She was played by the ever talented and sublime, Debbie Allen. 

Debbie Allen's role in the movie was once again very minor, but in the show itself, she became a regular cast member and as Lydia waved her magic wand, slipped on her dancing shoes and danced and sang like never before. For all her production, directorial efforts on other shows, her association with "Fame" will live on in memory for generations to come. 

She was in many respects, the heartbeat of and driving force behind 'Fame's success and phenomenon. Almost everything she touched turned to gold. Debbie choreographed most of the dance routines, directed and produced the show, as well as act, dance AND she sang on the show too. Just wow! 

The series won a number of Emmy awards and in 1983 and 1984 was voted the Golden Globe Awards: Television, Best Series, Musical/Comedy.

If you are a fan of the 80s, and want to feel artistically and creatively inspired, then be sure to get and watch "Fame" the TV series. 

#Fame  #TVShows
#80stvshows  #Onthisday
#TVSeries  #MusicalShow
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https://plus.google.com/104153292881404182920 80s Old School 4 Life : On this day: At 7th January of 1982, the first episode of "Fame" aired on NBC. "Fame" was an American...
On this day:
At 7th January of 1982, the first episode of "Fame" aired on NBC. 

"Fame" was an American television series originally produced between 1982 and 1987. The show is based on the 1980 motion picture of the same name. Using a mixture of drama and music, it followed the lives of the students and faculty at the New York City High School for the Performing Arts. 

Although fictional, it was based heavily on the actual Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York. Most interior scenes were filmed in Hollywood, California.

The show's theme song was a pop hit for singer Irene Cara, having been featured in the motion picture. A re-recorded version of the theme, using similar instrumentation to the 1980 track, was used in the TV series and sung by co-star Erica Gimpel, who played Coco Hernandez.

She replaced Irene Cara, the original actress of that role in the movie, after she had disagreements, issues with the people behind "Fame" and her record company with regards to royalty payments for her hit, 'Fame'. In addition, the roles of Montgomery and wisecracks Doris Schwaltz and Danny Armatullo were performed by P.R Paul, Valarie Lansberg and Carlo Imperato respectively. 

The only main cast survivors from the original movie to make their transition to the small screen were Gene Anthony Ray as would- be dancer, Leroy Jonston and Lee Cureri as music student Bruno Martelli. and then- newcomer, Julie aka Lori Singer joined the ranks. 

Carol Mayo Jenkins played English Lit teacher, Miss Sherwood, Professor Shorofsky was undertaken by the late Albert Hague and last but not least, Lydia Grant; who having lusted after Leroy in the movie, became a hard- as- nails, tough talking drill sergeant/ dance tutor. She was played by the ever talented and sublime, Debbie Allen. 

Debbie Allen's role in the movie was once again very minor, but in the show itself, she became a regular cast member and as Lydia waved her magic wand, slipped on her dancing shoes and danced and sang like never before. For all her production, directorial efforts on other shows, her association with "Fame" will live on in memory for generations to come. 

She was in many respects, the heartbeat of and driving force behind 'Fame's success and phenomenon. Almost everything she touched turned to gold. Debbie choreographed most of the dance routines, directed and produced the show, as well as act, dance AND she sang on the show too. Just wow! 

The series won a number of Emmy awards and in 1983 and 1984 was voted the Golden Globe Awards: Television, Best Series, Musical/Comedy.

If you are a fan of the 80s, and want to feel artistically and creatively inspired, then be sure to get and watch "Fame" the TV series. 

#Fame  #TVShows
#80stvshows  #Onthisday
#TVSeries  #MusicalShow
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https://plus.google.com/106028385257291594373 Little Adventures : The Blog's Cozy Corner This blog didn't have a direction in which it was going ... There was no overall...
The Blog's Cozy Corner
This blog didn't have a direction in which it was going ... There was no overall topic to summarize my two favorite things: books and guinea pigs. I am still an English Lit student so my studies, and therefore a big part of my life, still resolve around boo...
The Blog's Cozy Corner
This blog didn't have a direction in which it was going ... There was no overall topic to summarize my two favorite things: books and guinea pigs. I am still an English Lit student so my studies, and therefore a big part of m...
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https://plus.google.com/104176356898413783225 Naimur Rahman : did we have English lit hw
did we have English lit hw
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https://plus.google.com/112594426767401366284 SMILETutor Home Tuition Agency : JC2 h1 English Lit and GP @ Yishun Ring Road, 1x/wk, 2hr, rates flexible. Female only. Must be familiar...
JC2 h1 English Lit and GP @ Yishun Ring Road, 1x/wk, 2hr, rates flexible. Female only. Must be familiar with syllabus and have taken A levels. SMS 97558257 with portfolio, rates, avilability. Registered tutors only www.findhometuition.com 
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https://plus.google.com/115499012330881257951 Celeste The Timelady : If any of you guys out there love some romance I have a book in mind for you! It's called "A Little ...
If any of you guys out there love some romance I have a book in mind for you! It's called "A Little Something Different" and it is by Sandy Hall. It have 14 different viewpoints of Lea and Gabe and how people all around them notice their attraction towards one another. Like one of the Point of Views is the English Lit teacher. She is super cool and she notices how they stare at each other from across the room from the start. You might like it you guys.
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https://plus.google.com/108295010319801486477 Melalyn Ng : Over a glass of Gerwurztraminer, good friends listened and discussed this song. And how beautiful it...
Over a glass of Gerwurztraminer, good friends listened and discussed this song. And how beautiful it is to see that we all have different interpretations of this song. Seeing through the lens and perspective of others broadens my horizon. Last night also reminded me of those discussions I had with my students when I taught English Lit, which I very much enjoy and miss.

But most of all, this song came just in time for this season. 

"Doubt thou the stars are fire.
Doubt that the sun doth move.
Doubt truth to be a liar.
But never doubt I love." - Hamlet, Act II, Scene 2.

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