These are documents that I found on old disks while cleaning
out my computer desk. Some of the files are from my first year in college
and some of them are from high school. There's even one written by my MOM!!!!
Keats and Gray -- This
was a paper for my Advanced Lit./Comp. class in high school. It compares
John Keats and Thomas Gray.
Reflections -- by Phyllis
Errthum -- This is a letter my Mom wrote to the show choir near the end
of my senior year of high school.
Intro to "CyberReader" as
told by Camille Paglia -- This was an essay in which the assignment
was to write a review of the book "CyberReader" by Vincent Vitanza from
someone else's point of view. I chose Camille Paglia because she was easy
to rip into
Free Press in America
-- This was an essay I wrote in high school for an essay contest entitled:
"What a Free Press Means to America."
Translation of something in
Spanish -- I can't remember what the hell I was translating, but here's
the English version of it. I think the Spanish author was dropping acid
when he wrote the original.
The Dicken$ Twi$t --
Another paper from my Advanced Lit./Comp class. This one's on the role
of money in Dicken's Oliver Twist.
NEONET -- This is a very
early document from about my sophomore year in high school. I think we
had to make a web page for a computer class or something. Regardless, the
product is out of this world.
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