Skills and Abilities

Currently, I work remotely as a writer. I have multiple clients from different backgrounds. My position has proven my ability to take initiative, work independently, communicate consistently, research effectively, and meet strict deadlines. I am familiar with the best SEO practices, copywriting, and creating effective blog content. I have some experience in building websites. I... Continue Reading →

My Goals and Experiences

I didn't know I was going to be a writer until last summer. Up until recently, I've dedicated my life to classical music. For over a decade, it defined my identity and perfecting my craft was the light of my life. I performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City when I was 16. I... Continue Reading →

Carolyn Cassady’s Off the Road

Off the Road: Twenty Years with Cassady, Kerouac, and Ginsberg is an autobiographical piece that chronicles Carolyn Cassady’s 15-year marriage to beat icon, Neal Cassady. The account describes her efforts to create a stable home for her husband and their three children. Off the Road challenges the masculine voices that dominated beat generation literature, such... Continue Reading →

Immigration and Sanctuary in Columbus, OH

First English Lutheran Church is currently operating as a sanctuary and houses Miriam Vargas, an undocumented immigrant from Honduras who faces the daily threat of deportation. My presentation focuses on the reality that many undocumented immigrants from Central America face upon arriving in the United States. Aggressive media attention has bombarded many of us with... Continue Reading →

Uncle Tom’s Cabin: Individual Action v. Political Reform

Individual Action vs. Political Reform in Uncle Tom’s Cabin  Within Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Stowe champions emotion and empathy over political action, resulting in the novel arguing for a shift in individual actions rather than substantial political reform. In doing so, the novel  reveals the limitations of sentimentalism rather than overcoming them. The cultural consequences of... Continue Reading →

Social Mobility in Stephen Crane’s Maggie

The Intersection of Violence, Sexuality, and Social Mobility in Stephen Crane’s Maggie In Maggie, A Girl on the Streets, Crane uses naturalism to challenge his middle class readership to recognize the lack of social mobility for lower class women during the Gilded Age. As a result, his social problems novella emphasizes the moral and ethical... Continue Reading →

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