The Women’s March

On Saturday morning, I woke up to lightning streaking across the sky and rain pelting my dorm room window. It was early, around eight or so, and I wasn't exactly sure  why I couldn't sleep through such dreary weather as usual other than the fact, I quickly remembered, that it was a Very Important Day. … Continue reading The Women’s March

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Movie Review

But...what the heck did I just watch? Pride and Prejudice and Zombies promoted itself as a horror movie, as a kick*ss, female empowerment film loosely based on Jane Austen's classic. What I found instead was a shell of a story, the lines and tension and character development replaced with dramatic, frequent, and pointless zombie battles. I didn't … Continue reading Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Movie Review

Finally Finding Fanny (And The Voice of Women Throughout History)

(I wrote this essay for an independent novels assignment in my AP Literature class. We had to choose a literary criticism and use it to analyze any book we wished. Mansfield Park by Jane Austen and feminism? DUH. I'm the poster fan child for both. Anyway, this was really fun to write, and it won the Young … Continue reading Finally Finding Fanny (And The Voice of Women Throughout History)