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  • Blog1[Panyu Xiang] - The ego of George Orwell When I firstly read Why I Write by George Orwell, I thought I learned the motivations of a writer. Then, after a few more times of deliberating the essay, I realized the “sheer egoism” of George Orwell. This essay is primarily descriptive for the reader. In the first two paragraphs, […]
  • Final blog - I really enjoyed creating the skit. It was fun working with my team they were really creative so they helped bring out the creative side in me and I think that will really help in my future endeavors or if I ever have to work in a team again. If I think about the short […]
  • Blog 10 - After getting into our group the first thing that we did was decide what text we were going to use for the skit. We asked each other to see what three of us wanted to do our skit on and it turned out that three of us wanted to do our skit on The Glengarry […]
  • Group Skit - The skit my group made was based off “Glengarry Glen Ross” by David Mamet, but instead of keeping it as salesmen who close and get frustrated with the leads that they are given we changed it to soldiers who kill their enemies and get frustrated with the missions that they are given. We decided to […]
  • Blog #10 - I really enjoyed our last project. I felt like it was a perfect way to end a difficult semester. I enjoyed working with my classmates because usually I usually work alone so this was a good switch up. I thought the concept of the project was quite repetitive because we had to do something similar […]
  • The Skit - For the skimpy team decided to do work with “Y the Last Man”. Unlike the other stories we read as a class, my group felt that this book had the best premise. A world with no men and only woman got the whole class engaged. We wanted to use the aspect of the minority becoming […]
  • Blog Post #4 - Jania Williams Profesor Jessica Hautsch 3 May 2018 Blog Post   In chapters 3 and 4 of “Waiting for the barbarians” there was full of crazy events. At first when I read it I didn’t really like the book, but when we had our class discussions and spoke about the key points I eventually gave […]
  • final blog post, forreal lol - My group  did a spin on “the lesson”.  Our goal was to take the position of white families who were opened to helping but didnt voice that concern because it was easier to be quiet. I wanted the audience to assume that the family only came in to make fun of and degrade the hard […]
  • Presentation Skit Blog -   My group mates were Jasmine and Yen. It was difficult to decide on a text to base our skit on, we had some differing opinions on the matter. Yen wanted to base it on the novel Y: The Last Man. However Jasmine and I agreed on the short story “The Story of An Hour”. […]
  • SKIT BLOG – “Always Be Closing Parody” - Witman Capellan Professor Hautsch AIM 104 May 6th, 2018   Group Project Blog Making a skit with my group was one of the funniest things i’ve done this semester. Especially after doing so much serious work that had me stressed out. The reason we decided to use the text Glengarry glen ross was that we […]
  • Group Final Project: Adaptation Reflection - My group members and I thought that the passage, The Ethics of Jim Crow, would be a good text to do this project on because we felt that the message from the passage was still relevant to today. Black men and boys still have to go out of their way to behave a certain way, […]
  • Group Project Reflection - Jania Williams 5 May 2018 Professor Jessica Hautsch Blog Post   Group Final Project Reflection   In my skit, my colleagues were Cedric and Carlos. At first me and my group didn’t know what text we should have picked to act out. We then came to the conclusion that Y:The Last Man by Brian K. […]
  • Blog 5/6 - After a long semester of writing papers I felt that the final paper was  both entertaining and easier to write than the essays prior. I found it entertaining because we were able to put our imaginations into the essays. We were able to create our own side of the story and put our thoughts and […]
  • Waiting for the Barbarian Pt. 2 - I still don’t know how the author wants the audience to feel about the magistrate. The fact that he taking the girl home could mean he’s guilty for what he’s done to her, but it could also mean that he genuinely cares. The irony of when he tries to do the right thing and ends […]
  • Group Skit Blog - Our group chose to base our story about the comic Y: The Last Man. I’m not sure if there was a reason why the story was specifically chosen, but we just chose the story and went with it. We related our skit to the original text by simply replacing the gender with race and relating […]
  • Waiting for the Barbarian Pt. 1 - In the beginning, we meet Joll and he comes in and we are left hanging as to why it is that he is there. But soon after, Joll begins torturing the prisoners and we quickly make up our opinion about him. It’s also clear that he’s just a pawn and at the surface were supposed […]
  • Group SKIT - For our group project, we decided to do “Y: The Last Man,” but instead we applied race to it and made it revolve around a guy who is a white guy and all of the whites are killed off. We started out by giving the main character a brother, who is, in fact, black, even […]
  • GET OUT - The movie “Get Out” was interesting in itself because of the fact that it uses magic to display racism. The movie was simply trying to tell us that racism still exists today and it may not be on full display as it was in the past, but its still going on. The scene when the […]
  • Glen Garry Glenn Avenger - My group and I came up with the decision to use the scene in which Blake goes on a monologue for the simple reason that it would be extremely easy to incorporate the cast of the Avengers into it. The wide variety of characters at our disposal made it easy for us to follow through […]
  • Group Skits - My group did our skit based on the short story, “A story of an Hour”. I had a lot of fun working with my group partners. At first me and one of my partners had a disagreement about who should play the main character. I wanted him to do it because he wrote the character […]
  • Reflection for Skit - My group’s skit was based of the “Black Men in Public Space.” We picked the story because i was short and so we could just concentrate on a certain idea. Our main focus on the group skit to oncerate on making the story more understanding and to have a lesson many of us can in […]
  • Group Project blog - My group and I picked the story “The Ethics of Living Jim Crow” for our group final project. We picked this story because we thought it related to our world problems today, with black people being treated unfairly and killed by white police officers. In this story they mentioned Richard getting hurt badly, bleeding on […]
  • SKIT: LAST BLOG - Let me start by saying I enjoyed this assignment the most. When first being assigned to write a skit based on the stories or poems we have read in class I was a little annoyed and here’s why: I thought it was going to be a hard task and I also don’t like group projects. […]
  • ePortfolio - This is the link to my ePortfolio: https://stonybrook.digication.com/linda_lin
  • Last blog: Skit - I decided on “The Standard of Living” because the story itself has a lot room for us to add our own idea while keeping the concept of the story the same. We decided that the game would still be the same with one millions dollars with rules that you must spend it on yourself. In […]
  • Final WOLFIE Post - Overall, WRT 102 was definitely a very eye-opening class. In high school I seldom ever wrote more than one draft and rarely had others look over my paper. However, now I’ve learned that writing is a process. You can’t expect to write the perfect paper in just one draft. Multiple drafts are necessary for improving […]
  • Final WOLFIE post - Over the semester, I have learned many things about writing.  I started off hating writing because of the stress I experienced when I wasn’t able to put my thoughts into words.  I used to always have a hard time organizing my thoughts and this course has helped me overcome this problem.  Each assignment was something […]
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  • My Final WOLFIE Post - This semester is pretty intense and stressful for me, I took a lot of classes and writing became one of the most difficult one. I actually have never thought that writing would be this difficult, so I tried really hard to do better. Since I’m a Chinese, I often put my Chinese minds into my […]
  • “The Maker’s Eye” by Donald Murray - Honestly, Until the last day of finishing my paper, I was still doing my revision. During the whole semester of writing textual analysis and research paper, I realized that revision is always necessary for a writer. Every time I went to my professor’s office to revise, she can help me find new places I needed […]
  • About Lamott and Elbow - Both “Shitty First Draft” by Lamott and “Description Writing” by Peter Elbow are about how to write. They shows the processes when they write their own papers. Personally, I think Lamott’s “Shitty First Draft” is a pretty attractive paper. Lamott completely tells his reader that as a writer himself, there are a lot of difficult […]
  • Final Wolfie Post - When I first enrolled in WRT 102, I felt that I was a somewhat confidant writer, but lacked the versatility in my writing style that made my writing my own. I felt that my writing always followed the same rules, forming the same patterns of word flow and followed similar phrasing throughout my essays. I […]
  • Annotated Bibliography - C-29 Disabled Population By Type Of Disability, Educational Level And Sex – 2011 (India & States/UTs) “Office of the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India” http://www.censusindia.gov.in/2011census/population_enumeration.html. Accessed 3 April, 2018   Limaye, Sandhya. “Factors Influencing the Accessibility of Education for Children with Disabilities in India.” Global Education Review, PDF ed., pp. 43-56. Accessed 2 April, […]
  • Final Blog Post - Over the course of this semester, taking this writing course has helped me develop the necessary skills that every good writer should have. I’ve never been very good at analyzing texts or expanding on my ideas in the past writing and literature courses that I took in high school. My ideas in essays and papers […]
  • How Research Has Impacted My Thinking - My research paper is centered around the topic of the misrepresentation of the disabled community in the media. I’ve never really had an up close or personal experience with disability, except for the time that I had a girl with autism and epilepsy in my class while being a teacher’s assistant for a summer day […]
  • Esports in college - Finally, gaming can be a gateway for children to earn college scholarships and even make a career from professional gaming. In today’s day and age, “There are more than thirty U.S. colleges and universities that offer scholarships for gamers…students can earn up to $19,000 a year in gaming scholarships” (Lawrence 6). Esports and Egaming is […]
  • Final Blog Post - By taking this class, the way I approach writing has changed for the better. I feel that I’m more patient and open-minded with the writing process. Before this class, I always just rushed my assignments to just get them done. Now I take more care in my writing rather than trying to bulldoze through it. […]
  • Final Blog - At the beginning of this semester, I thought this was going to be an easy class. As a sophomore in upper division classes, I thought my writing skills were on par with the average student. So I did not want to worry. I was quickly wrong. I received a very poor grade. As a result, […]
  • Annotated Bibliography - The annotated bibliography was very useful. In the beginning, I thought it would have nothing positive for me, and that I just needed to quote from the sources. But learning that I need to understand the sources I used, analyzing each document allowed me to show more connections in my argument essay.
  • Research Paper - My research in assistive technology successfully implemented in school is going very well. There is a large amount of information showing the amount of funding put into AT and special education programs, as well as a connection showing the successfulness between the amount of money put into a program and the effectiveness post education. There […]
  • Annotated Bibliography - Kemp, Bryan, et al. Workshop on Disability in America, a New Look: summary and background papers: based on a workshop of the Committee on Disability in America: A New Look, Board on Health Sciences Policy. National Academies Press, 2006. 234-248.   Appendix N, titled “Depression as a Secondary Condition in People with Disabilities” of this book […]
  • Then and Now - Writing has always been one of my weakest skills throughout my academic journey. Even after taking WRT101, building a better foundation for myself, writing was never an easy task for me. However, after taking WRT102, not only did I improve on my writing, I also learned a lot about the issue of disability. Despite disability […]
  • Final Reflection - Through this class, I learned a lot about how writing can vary and expand from just literary analysis to more science based research papers and other styles of writing that could be useful to academic writing in the future. However, there was much more familiarity and comfort with the first paper and I was truly […]
  • Stasis Questions - Facts/Problems The issue is that disability is not always properly represented in children’s media however this is never prioritized because the importance of the media that children are always exposed to is debated (see debates over whether violence in children’s media and video games are negative or not). Movies that do have proper and respectful […]
  • Research Paper - Disney and other forms of children’s media have always fascinated me because some forms of media are so good at having good representation of all forms while others are utterly terrible. Some of my favorite shows as a kid always had characters that I could relate to as a female, as an immigrant, and as […]
  • Get Out Blog -   The film Get Out has so many motifs and themes within the movie itself from the exploitation and oppression of African Americans, the Sunken Place, the police officers, the auction, the significance of the cereal, the deer, and the hypnosis. There are so much to talk about from the film.   We’ll start off […]
  • Peer Review - The peer review process was an incredibly helpful process for so many reasons. At first, I was terrified of the idea of having someone go through and read and critique my work. After all, it was only a first draft. It was meant to be a way for me to map out my thoughts in […]
  • The Makers Eye - One of my favorite parts of The Makers Eye reminds me of how the writing process is similar to newtonian laws of motion. An object in a state of rest will stay at rest unless a large force changes that state and then an object in motion will stay in motion until there is a […]
  • Person First Language vs Identity First Language - Both Person First Language and Identity First Language have different perceptions in society and how people relate to disability and both also have different approaches to supporting their arguments. Fernandos, Barros, and Li discuss through a scientific research paper why person first language is socially beneficial and important while Ladau explains through personal experiences why […]
  • Final Post - A great deal has changed on my perspective of writing and research. I felt differently on the two assignments. When writing the textual analysis I wasn’t stressed because I felt I had a good understanding of how to do the assignment. I learned though that no matter how well I thought my writing was for […]
  • Final Wolfie Blog Post - Before the semester began, I never would have expected myself to learn anything new in this course that could help me in my future academic career. This course has caused me to look at writing in general from a new perspective and has helped me to become a more mature writer for the future. In […]
  • Looking back - After taking WRT 102, I am definitely a different writer. The course has allowed me to improve my ability to write. To add on, It has allowed me to change my perspective on writing. Before the class, I used to believe writing took talent. To some extent, writing does take talent. However, writing well requires […]
  • Final Blog post - Coming into this semester, writing and research were not really my strongest skills. I had written several essays throughout high school and even had the occasional research paper here and there. However, the writing was a lot easier overall and did not really ask much of me as a student besides following the basic guidelines […]
  • Final Blog Post -   Throughout high school my teacher would always tell me how difficult and different college writing is. As a result, the course of writing 102 terrified me. However, as time progressed I started to learn more about how to write essays and how to find and use research. Starting this course was easier than I […]
  • Writing Reflection - This writing class has taught me a lot about college writing compared to high school writing. First of all, I want to acknowledge that I have actually learned a lot more about disabilities than I thought I would have and it was an interesting, usually overlooked topic of discussion. I was quite intrigued by some […]
  • Final Blog - Despite my expectations, I learned a lot about writing during this class.  However, most of these lessons were about planning and about myself, as opposed to my actual style of writing.  One of the biggest lessons I learned, both from the textual analysis and researched argument, was that the thesis of your essay can (and […]
  • Final Reflection - Over the course of this semester, my thinking about writing and research has evolved and become more nuanced. Through our discussions and assignments, I have developed a new understanding of what it means to be a writer contributing to some ongoing discussion. Prior to taking this course, I always knew that much of published literature […]
  • Get Out Blog - The first time I watched the movie I wasn’t disturbed because there were a lot of things I didn’t notice until the second viewing. So I lowkey feel like the movie was made towards the Kardashian family and their supposed “Kardashian curse.” So basically if you date a Kardashian, your life becomes fucked up and […]
  • Final Blog - I have learned so many things throughout the semester from this WRT 102 class. One of the most important things I learned was different strategies that make organizing my essay and planning it out  much easier. I also learned that it is crucial for me to plan out my essay especially when it comes to […]
  • The Final Blog of WRT 102 - Well, with the semester over, let’s look back on how our view of research and writing has developed.  For starters, I can say with certainty that my research and citation skills have certainly improved.  While in previous research essays I found it difficult to find and incorporate credible sources into my writing without it feeling […]
  • Get out Blog - Witman Capellan AIM 104 Professor Jessica Hautsch April 30, 2018   Get out Blog   I found get out to be a very interesting movie. I’ll say right off the bat, I didn’t really know who Jordan Peele was coming into this movie. All I knew was he had a show with Keegan-Michael Key and […]
  • Bonus point Blog - The movie Get out starts by showing a man walk on the street who gets abducted by another man. I saw the movie twice the second time was in the class. When I saw the movie for the first time, I thought that the movie was about that man and how he escapes that place. […]
  • Get Out Extra Credit - The movie Get Out was an amazing movie for many different reasons. Racism was really highlighted in a different way. It was a storyline that I’ve never heard of. When i first saw the film i actually never expected any of the things that did happen, to happen. I didn’t expect Rose to turn on […]
  • GET OUT - One of the main things that I feel that this movie does perfectly is the use of sound effects to make the audience on edge overall, for everything that was off-putting had an aftersound that made the movie even more impactful. Overall the movie is hyperbole on how interracial relationships are seen overall in society […]
  • Extra Credit: Get Out - My overall review of Get Out is that it is a pretty good movie. I have “watched” Get Out a couple of times in the past, however, I’ve never paid attention. Though I was forced into watching the movie in class I actually really liked it. In the past I often just watched the ending […]
  • Final Blog - At the beginning of the class, I expected that the class will be super difficult to me and I will probably be fail the class. During this class, I learned that how to write as a skillful writer.  And I actually explore in how to write a college level paper. Throughout exercises like Textual Analysis […]
  • Final Wolfie – Semester Reflection - In the beginning of the semester, I thought I was comfortable with the idea of a textual analysis essay. I got a B minus on my essay, along with extensive feedback from Professor Lucenko. After receiving my the grade, I was confused and lost, even perhaps in the state of denial. I quickly realized that […]
  • Final blog post - Writing was always my biggest struggle and I have always felt like I was an awful writer. When I first started this class, I had the mindset that I was not going to do great because I only had one writing assignment last semester, so I was a little rusty. When I learned that our […]
  • Final Blog - At the beginning of the semester, I anticipated the course to be a dreadful experience because of a possible influx of new material. This would include reading various archaic or classic novels, journals and articles which would be accompanied by deep analysis. As someone who has always been unskilled in writing, I feared taking writing […]
  • Final Blog Post - Over the course of the semester, not only has my thinking and approach towards writing changed, but my overall skill level has definitely seen major improvements in all different styles of writing. I approach writing more seriously now, and my intuition has evolved over the course of just one semester to the point where I […]
  • The Lesson - My biggest take away from the story “The Lesson” was self-hatred which was pretty evident early on and as the story went on. The narrator of the story starts out by insulting Miss Moore’s hair by calling it nappy. And then proceeds to insult all the other kids while describing them. At first glance, I […]
  • Final WOLFIE Post - Writing is one of those subjects that a lot of people dread, but for me it is quite the opposite. Firstly, any SBC course that deviates from my norm of doing math/science all day is welcome. Additionally, I’m one of those freaks who actually enjoy writing. Despite my high confidence going into WRT 102, I’ve […]
  • Annotated Bibliography Entry - Igel, Lee. “The History of Health Care as a Campaign Issue” The Physician Executive, vol 34,          no. 3, 2008, pp. 12-15, _       https://web.archive.org/web/20160128114008/http://net.acpe.org/MembersOnly/pejournal/2008/MayJun/Igel.pdf   The purpose of this journal is to inform readers of the historical context surrounding healthcare. I believe that this context is very necessary for my research paper because it explains […]
  • How my research has impacted me - My research topic was a very politically controversial one, especially given the current political climate in America. I felt the urge to educate myself and to formulate my own opinions based on primary sources such as government-released documents on the topic of healthcare. More so, my researched was condensed upon the repeal of the individual […]
  • Get Out - The movie “Get Out” really was truly amazing, this was my second time watching it and it was even better than before. I never wanted to watch this movie when it first came out because I thought it was a horror movie and I do not like any type of movie like that. It was […]
  • Final Blog - At the beginning of the semester, I was concerned about this class. I was concerned that I wasn’t going to pass and I was concerned that if I was, it would be by the skin of my teeth. However, I proved myself wrong. Before college, I was always told I wasn’t the best writer. And […]
  • Final Blog Post - Over the course of this semester, I’ve become more enthusiastic about writing and research. The process of writing this textual analysis and research argument essay helped me become more patient and thorough with my writing since we were given a longer period of time to complete each essay. Being able to have more time to […]
  • Final Blog for WRT102 - I’ve said this before and I’ll say this again: I dislike writing. I’ve always seen it as a tedious chore and have never had any enjoyable experiences with it. When I enrolled in WRT102 I wasn’t expecting anything more than that. Now here’s where I would like to say that I did have an enjoyable […]
  • EC “Get Out” Blog - After watching a movie a couple of times you really catch certain things that you might have missed when you watched it for the first time. Watching Get Out for a third time in class, I noticed more things in the movie than I did the first time watching the film. Like when we saw […]
  • Get Out Reflection - Jania Williams Professor Jessica Hautsch April 25, 2018 Extra Credit Blog   Blog Post   In the movie “Get Out” the plot revolves around the main character Chris, who is an  African-American photographer. His white girlfriend invites him over to her parents house to meet him in which they are aware of their daughter dating […]
  • “Ge Out” reflection - This the second time I watched the film “Get Out”, I remember before this film came out all my friends and I were so eager to see it after watching the trailer on YouTube. We end up seeing it that midnight the film came out. Without any exaggeration, “Get Out” is the best scary movie […]
  • Final Wolfie 2018 - I wouldn’t say that writing was my favorite class of all time, but it’s shown its good sides to me occasionally. Being lost in an interesting reading or being immersed in my own writing is definitely one of the best experiences in my life. However, it does not get me passionate enough to put all […]
  • Final WRT 102 Post - Before coming into WRT 102, I had some idea of what to expect and what to do.  I had previous English courses and an AP History class that had taught me the basics of writing. They taught me what Ethos, Pathos, and Logos where and how to write a textual analysis. As a result of […]
  • Final WOLFIE Post - When I registered for spring courses at the end of my first semester here at stony brook, I absolutely dreaded even looking for WRT 102 courses that fit into my schedule. I hated writing so much I didn’t even want to look at courses, because that meant I would actually take the class. So obviously […]
  • Last Woflie Blog 🙁 - Going into WRT 102 I was very nervous. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not that greatest writer out there. Before this course I didn’t know what ACE was, what pathos, ethos and logos are, I didn’t know how to make a strong thesis, and I jus didn’t know how to write a […]
  • Blog 9 4/23 - When I first started reading this play, I was completely excited to go out into the business world, because of how much I compared this play to the Wolf of Wall Street. They’re just rich people and they do whatever they wanted. But now, it’s kind of scary. You can see how there is so […]
  • Blog 9 - The last act of Glengarry Glen Ross really had me thinking about how stupid men can be and then have have the nerve to disrespect women.. Like Moss and Levine really robbed the office and gave himself up and on top of that he tried to bribe Williamson with money that does not exist. That […]
  • Annotated Bibliography entry - Kwek, Edrick and Choi Moon. “Is a Prosthetic Arm Customized PRADA? A Critical Perspective on the Social Aspects of Prosthetic Arms.” Disability & Society, vol. 31, no. 8, Sept. 2016, pp. 1144-1147. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1080/09687599.2016.1235308. This purpose of this article is to call attention to the inaccessibility of prosthetics in both developed and developing countries. It focuses […]
  • Blog #7 - The readings we read this week were “Fish Cheeks” “Indian Education” and “Never marry a mexican” all of them talked about the way white Americans treated other people from different races and them fitting in. In the reading “Fish Cheeks” Amy Tan who is a Chinese teenager falls in love with an American boy named […]
  • Blog #9 - In Act 2 of the play someone has already stolen the leads that Moss was planning on doing. Ross reacted in a furious way,wanting to know if they had stolen the contacts also. He is more mad because the night before he had just ended the sale with Lingk and in order for him to […]
  • Annotated Bibliography - WLS-TV. “Athlete raising money to compete in Deaflympics in Turkey.” ABC7 Chicago June 14, 2017 This news article focus on showing the funding a deaf athlete from Turkey receives and comparing that with his achievement in the Deaflympics. It discusses the unfair funding to the deaf athletes’ team. WLS-TV concludes that any addition funding can […]
  • Glengarry Glen Ross -   The novel Glengarry Glen Ross shows a real world depiction on the business world. Moss, Levene, Aaronow, and Roma are salesmen who works under the company Mitch and Murray. Their Supervisor John Williamson oversees the office and the employees to make sure they make sales. There’s fierce competition within the company to stay on […]
  • Act 2 of Glengarry Glen Ross - Harriet and her husband Bruce were put at a disadvantage because they listened. They allowed Levene to talk giving him the power and in the end he fucked them. It was funny to me how Levene was getting all disrespectful to Williamson when he was feeling confident.
  • Human Nature - Glengarry Glen Ross is a play written by David Mamet revolving the lives around four Chicago real estate salesman in the span of two days. The firm is trying to motivate their employees by putting them to a competition. At the end of the week, winner gets a cadillac and a set of steak knives […]
  • Blog 8 - The newest chapter of Glen Garry Glen Ross was soooo choppt. The fact that Moss or Aaronow might’ve comitted the robbery is crazy. I don’t really know who might’ve done it but man it was type crazy how it really happened though. Like who robs the company they work for, I just don’t understand that […]
  • final blog post - It would be easier for me to address my thoughts on the second act if i go in chronological order.  Starting with the setting. Act two opens on the office evidently broken in to, which makes me believe that moss had Aaronow break in and steal the leads like he said he would.  I also […]
  • Blog 4/16 - After reading Act I of the play I was immediately able to compare the play to the movie The Wolf of Wall Street. It was the amount of times I read the work fuck in Act I that reminded me of the movie. Leo uses fuck in that movie so dang much that it just […]
  • The Usual Suspects - The news of someone committing the robbery is quite laughable at this point in the story. In Act 1 we were greeted by a cast of frustrated salesmen all except for Roma who has seemed to be doing pretty well for himself up until this moment. To me the obvious suspects as to who would […]
  • Who? - Act two does consists of something that is different from act one. Act one is introducing all of the characters itself and in act two, the characters are all joined together in a time of crisis. Someone has stolen the glengarry leads and Roma is absolutely livid. This is because Roma was ready to win […]
  • A Cold World!! - I find it completely interesting on the way that the play is being developed overall because, act 1, you would assume that the robbery was all talk due to the characterization of the characters, you believe that the salesmen that are not up on the board will never do that because they are inclusive impulsive […]