Monthly Archives: April 2012

Thoughts on the French Revolution

As part of my course work for A.P. European History, I’ve recently examined several primary documents detailing the thought processes of several prominent participants in the French Revolution.  This was, understandably, a time of radical social and political change; many … Continue reading

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A summation of Othello, as seen by Iago

Come now, Othello. In truth – you, an honourable murderer?  And I the demi-devil? If I am but half the devil, then it is you who with me completes him!  Perhaps you may even solely command hell, leaving me but … Continue reading

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