Jul
31

I learned these things the hard way.

It hasn’t even been a week since I departed  on my road trip to see rare manuscripts at Yale, Princeton, and UVA, and I think I’ve already lost twelve years from my life. Five of them were swiped by the George Washington Bridge alone. *Sweats, scar on forehead begins to burn—* (Sorry, I’ve gone through 2…
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Jul
31

Riddled Pasts & Rippled Presents

This is it, this is the week I have set aside for traveling to conduct research at libraries up and down the East Coast. First stop was Yale’s Beinecke Library, home to the manuscripts and personal papers of playwright Eugene O’Neill. O’Neill is the author of the trilogy of plays Mourning Becomes Electra, probably the least…
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May
29

Roadmap for the Summer (To the Library…)

Apr
12

Abstract: The Mythologized Man’s Maladjustment in a Post-War World

Hello there! I’m Emma: an English major and Religious studies minor with a love for puppies, peanut butter, and jazz age everything. I’m so excited for the research I’ll be embarking on this summer and this next year, and for this platform to share my experiences with you!