posted by AHFB at 9:45 PM
I have not read Mama Day, but the paper makes complete sense. Once you embrace the past and tie it to the present and the future you can overcome the hurricane of slavery and love will conquer all.
^I'm not sure if the above post is supposed to be serious or not, so I'll just address it as if it were serious and look dumb if it isn't.Mostly I'm talking about those sentences like"Cocoa's life was so different at home that did not get much about it, why 'there was nothing encouraging to linger' (5?)"Also, I just realized that sometimes Author writes "Coca" and sometimes writes "Cocoa"Anyhow this paper is bogged down with too many ideas: opposites attract, cultural divides, love. While it seems like these ideas clearly are related in the story, they are in no way tied together in this paper: at least not well and not with proper sentences.
...and here I was hoping that anonymous just had a dry sense of humour better suited to the spoken word.
I loved the comic of the African American man snuggling his "remember".I've read essays written by high school seniors that were better than this one. Who is Mama Day? The author refuses to introduce her to us. This was a painful read.
Anonymous DID have a dry sense of humour better suited to the spoken word. I just thought it sounded so ridiculous everyone would realize...
That was funny as hell.
Maybe tomorrow, it'll make some more sense, but damn it, how can someone write so terribly?I think it's a first draft because of the quotation "(put food mock quote here)" which is not something I'd like in a finished "essay"?
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Maybe the author's constant switching of verb tense has something to do with his point of bringing the past, present, and future together!THEY ARE SO DEEP!!! AHHH!
Oohh, that is deep...
Kind of reminiscent of "Pineapple No Backspace."
My eyes are bleeding.
Blogging can open your mind
I'm a little behind reading this blog, so here are my comments. Better late than never. I think the thing that made me laugh most is where the author had a badly placed semicolon and you just circled it and had a little tiny "no". I don't know if it was tiny on purpose, but for some reason the size of the word no made me laugh hysterically.In other news, i haven't heard from you in a long time ahfb!
it's GLORIA Naylor. Not Glory.
I hope this person is some sort of science or math major. If not, UofM let a total idiot slip through the admissions cracks.
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