Monthly Archives: March 2003

Time is of the essence

I am trying to PC my second lit Paper one presentation which is chapter Fourteen of Book the First of Dicken’s classical satirical novel Hard Times. Interestingly enough, one of the main features of the chapter is on time and … Continue reading

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Reminiscences*

Flashback. A literary device found in Ishiguro’s an Artist of the Floating World. Why am I mentioning this? Because although school’s out for one week I got to keep my brain filled with quotes from this novel and Sylvia Plath’s … Continue reading

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Elitism coming into light*

I promised myself never to touch on this area in my diary, but it seems that debate is finally coming into existence and recognition in my JC… Debaters seem (or rather are seen) to be people with extremely high intellectual … Continue reading

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Loyalties Part 3*

NB: You can tell this was written in 2003. Just before he died at Tel Hai, the Jewish Hero Joseph Trumpeldor said, “Never mind, it is good to die for our country.” In his poem, Dulce Et Decorum Est, Wilfred … Continue reading

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Loyalties Part 2*

POOF!!! Wondrous years have slipped by. Now, back to the matter why am I not in the JC lying in Dover road? Funny. you could ask that to over a hundred ( or even more) of ACSians nestled in other … Continue reading

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Loyalties Part I*

Any way, this new entry is on something that troubled me throughout this year. Just over a month ago, while I was sitting in KAP macs and contemplating my Fillet o fish meal, my friend asked me,” As and AC … Continue reading

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Argumentative subjects*

I must admit what challenged me most when I entered for an arts course was the fact that I would have to face four subjects whereby I have to present arguments in the essay sections of these subjects (namely Literature, … Continue reading

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