Post by lukejoo1092 on Jun 5, 2013 19:32:31 GMT -5
Out of the stories we shared during our presentations, which one was your favorite?
Mine was the one where there was the falcon. I just found it too ironic and funny how the woman ended up eating the falcon that would've saved her child. She should've just went straight away and ask for the thing! Her son's life depended on it! Yea...I found that kinda stupid and hilarious. So, how bout you?
Post by nadiraamalina on Jun 5, 2013 19:37:52 GMT -5
i liked utopia actually. I think the entire thing is a satire because even the author named the perfect world 'not here" so obviously he was making fun of the entire idea. And i love that. As Ms. Boyd said, he was a very intelligent guy so it would've been entirely aware of the gaping holes in his story.
I liked the story about the Anunsi the spider, i dont really remmeber what it was about, but I liked how the people there tell stories during the dark hours because of the stories belonged to the Spider, and the Spider hides in the darkness. This story is just so unique
Post by jooyoungpark on Jun 6, 2013 3:59:32 GMT -5
Personally, i enjoyed the illaid, the battle of Troy, ever since i was little i was fond of heroic epics, adventures, mythical beings, gods, that come out from the Greek legends. And i think the batlles of Troy, is like a sum of all of these stories together
I liked the Utopia. Kevin presented it in our class, and it was... awesome... and the Utopia was so much different that i was thinking, and now, i hate and i don't really want to go Utopia even if i can... No Game, No Life lol
I liked Utopia from our class because I learned not only that living in Utopia would be terrible thing for me I learned may more stuff about the author and the story Utopia and the place. As Jungho pointed out Utopia is place with no games........................ I just can't imagine life wihtout game for me right now it will be very boaring life nothing to do for entertainment.
Post by ExtremelyExtremeExtremist on Jun 9, 2013 4:03:40 GMT -5
I liked The Spy most because there was suspense and for the second time, I saw kids snitching on their parents for Hitler (first time was Escape from Camp 14). I understand how parents felt when their son went outside without informing.
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