Rachel Rebecca92
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Joined 09-09-14, id: 995316, Profile Updated: 12-09-16
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I am an English creative writing and journalism major and also a writer when time permits. I have loved writing ever since I was a child and always enjoyed reading. I was on my high school newspaper for three years, and reported on a number of topics. When I was in high school I was amongst a critiquing community and led a writing workshop group calling itself The Ink Spot. I have always been an avid reader and still am presently. I prefer reading classics, and literary authors. My favorite writers include J. R. R. Tolkein, C. S. Lewis, John Milton, Charles Dickens, Alexander Pope, William Shakespeare, George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, John Donne, William Golding, John steinbeck,Homer, and James Joyce just to list a few. I love all forms of art especially the lyrical, I am a big fan of older music, instrumental (mostly older as well), and especially a fan of country gospel, being a Christian.

I reside in california, and was born in 1992. I am a Christian, conservative, right-winger, technologist, and foody. I enjoy learning in general, and academic papers fascinate me, especially in the fields of humanities and social sciences.

Please feel free to critique and review my essays and work submitted here. I think I am a decent writer, but by no means am I the best.

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having hope within a bleak existence
This is a literary analysis of The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls. I focus on the theme of bleakness, poverty, and a sense of hope despite of any struggles. I discuss the notion of how Jeannette Walls was still able to keep a positive identity and was able to be successful despite a difficult and bleak childhood, which made her grow up rather than remain a child.
Fiction: Essay - Rated: T - English - Drama/Adventure - Chapters: 1 - Words: 5,020 - Published: 12/9/2016
The Defense Of Dee
A literary analysis essay based on Alice Walker's everyday use, which discusses the theme of Assimilation, acculturation, cultural identity conflict, and racial identity conflict. This essay defends Dee and Suggests that Dee's actions are justifiable. Furthermore, this essay proposes that this conflict can not be blamed on any individual in this scenario posed in the short story.
Fiction: Essay - Rated: K - English - Family/Drama - Chapters: 1 - Words: 4,638 - Published: 12/9/2016