Code Name Verity: Part 1 (Notes)

New year, new book! This year, I'll be working on a set of notes for the text Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein. If I may gush: I absolutely adore this book!It is heart-wrenching, devastating, and yet, I find myself laughing along with its protagonists because if I didn't, I would not stop crying. It … Continue reading Code Name Verity: Part 1 (Notes)

Hook and Eye – Cave Man Reflection Notes

Cave Man is a fantasy depiction of Singapore in the future, in which most Singaporeans live underground whilst only the fortunate get to live above-ground in the sunshine. Alfred, the protagonist dreams of solitude and isolation - or does he? As with the Reflections Framework I have shared previously, these notes have been created with … Continue reading Hook and Eye – Cave Man Reflection Notes

Hook and Eye – The Boy with the Missing Thumb Reflection Notes

The Boy with the Missing Thumb is a very surreal story that drags us on a horrific journey of toxic self-marginalisation from the perspective of the main protagonist, Gregory. As with the Reflections Framework I have shared previously, these notes have been created with the intention of helping you to reflect personally. Therefore, you will … Continue reading Hook and Eye – The Boy with the Missing Thumb Reflection Notes

How to Annotate a Poem || Circus by Margaret Stanley-Wrench

Hello! I've done another video in which I walk you through the annotation process. This time, I've annotated a poem with more structure, a rhyme scheme, and a completely different topic that requires a lot less in the way of personal life experience, and a bit more heart. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6mNKdrM_ok Once again, the skills applied to … Continue reading How to Annotate a Poem || Circus by Margaret Stanley-Wrench