Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Song, one of my classmate

"Mending Wall" physical wall is no necessary when we just have apple trees,

Stypula, Wladysla

Wladysla, wrote that people build walls in order to protec themselves.

Monday, January 23, 2006

Mending Wall

MENDING WALL This is a poem written by Robert Frost. The poem is about whether walls are necessary or not. His viewpoint is that "something there is that doesn't love a wall" but also he gives his neighbor fellings that "Good fences make good neighbors".

This poem is very profound and wonderful. It invites the readear to reflect about the simple and common things that we do every day as part of life. Things that usually we do without stopping and thinking about why we are doing this or that. For example, he asks: Why do we build walls to leave things inside or to leave them outside? Or do we build walls just to follow our "father's sayings"? His neighbor insits that "Good fences make good neirghbors."

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

My goals

This is my secound year in Kean and this is my secound class about writing and reading. I would like to improve or rather I would like to learn to write well. I would like to learn how to use the transitive clauses. I know that I have to work hard in order to get it.
Another of my goals is learn more vocabulary. I would like to read a lot too and think about what are we reading. I would like to include in my readings stories written by famous writers.
I am conscious that it is not easy but having some challenge in life it is always good.

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Isabel Allendel

She is a very interesting writer