Tag Archive | paradigm

Space for Rent: Cultural Lens-Formalism


Tweet of the Day: Censorship, Yo. ——- Formalism or the New Criticism is a school of literary analysis that focuses exclusively on the text without little or no consideration for outside factors. It attempts to analyze a narrative by what lies between the covers in an objective way.  It dismisses such things as the author’s […]

Space for Rent: Writing and the Cultural Lens


Tweet of the Day: The Importance of Reaching Beyond Female Stereotypes ——- As I write this post, I come to realize that this little Friday spot has become synonymous with commentary, media criticism and general social awareness that is, at best, tangential to the whole “writer’s blog/book blog” theme. And I’m okay with that. Hence […]

Space for Rent: Art for Art Sake Meets the Public as Patron


Tweet of the Day: When the Reader Becomes the Enemy: Lessons from Pottermore ——– This is one those post that until now sat on my draft folder for no other reason that I did not know how to express my idea(s) about the subject in a coherent manner. Enter Mass Effect 3. If you haven’t […]

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