Monday, April 25, 2011

La Malinche's Historical Presence

Below is the history section of my slowly growing 25-30 page paper.  Awesome?  Awesome.

The Paz Post (Finally!)

I'm going to do this in a bit of a strange way.  While reading Paz, I took notes on my computer and sporadically reacted to Paz in paragraph form.  So there will be many, many quotes in here and eventually some thoughts in between.  Oh, and this essay - "Los Hijos de La Malinche" can be found in Octavio Paz's The Labyrinth of Solitude.  Quotes from Paz are in italics while my own thoughts are in...regular...

Monday, April 18, 2011

(This is not the post it's supposed to be on Octavio Paz. Forgive me, Jane!)

Today, Casey talked me down from slight panic over my 25-30 page paper by forcing me to write an outline and e-mail it to him before he got back to New Haven.  He also wants me to write each section of the paper in mini-versions, one or two of which he wants to see by Wednesday.  Thinking of it all in mini-form is actually really helping me, and he liked my outline, which I will now post as a blog entry because I'm a rebel.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Step 4: State of the Question Paper

I don't really have all that much to say about this thing.  I'm really distanced from it now.  Pretty much, Tabetha assigned this and I don't know if I did it right but I did it.  The end.  Am currently working on Octavio Paz!

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