Written For Class – The Plague as Force: Losses and Gains

The following essay was written in Fall 2019 for an interdisciplinary course on Existentialism. In the course we read some of the works of Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, and Simone Weil. This essay is an exploration of The Plague by Albert Camus. Enjoy 🙂 In 1947, Albert Camus published his novel The … Continue reading Written For Class – The Plague as Force: Losses and Gains

Inuyasha Analysis: Introduction

After watching 77 episodes of the classic anime, Inuyasha, I have come to the point that every binge-watcher knows too well. Why am I still watching this? Why have I spent over 30 hours of my life on this one anime? To put it shortly, Inuyasha is consistently more than it seems. Inuyasha has a very simple premise. A … Continue reading Inuyasha Analysis: Introduction