It was my American History teacher of junior year that told us that there you could not find a single war that could be defined as “black & white”, and anyone who teaches you otherwise shouldn’t be teaching at all. Although this is only an opinion, it has been a lesson that I have been […]Read more "And in the end…"
Like any medium, there are advantages and disadvantages to using one style over another; while water colors may be gentler and soothing, a single mistake cannot be covered up as easily as acrylics could be etc. This also applies to theater/film versus just text as mediums to express the same play, and we see this […]Read more "An Ode to the Theater"
The Siege of Magdeburg was in the year 1631 during the Thirty Years War when the Catholic Army captured the Protestant City of Magdeburg, it caused unbelievable amounts of damage (as captures do). However, there are two texts that view this historical event in vastly different ways: Brecht’s play “Mother Courage and Her Children”, and Otto […]Read more "Do I Need Help?"