Week 10, Peer Review 4

(https://hollysliteratureblog.art.blog/2019/09/16/blog-4/) Hi Holly,  I really enjoyed reading your blog post this week! Your structure and style of writing were very well suited to the question and made me feel as if I was personally writing to Patrick White. Your comprehension of White’s short story ‘Down at the Dump’ was made clear and concise throughout the …

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Week 8, Peer Review 3

(https://courtneyemattick.art.blog/2019/09/02/week-6-art-and-literature/) Hi Courtney,  Firstly, I just want to say WOW! Your response really transported me, and I felt as if I was experiencing the same sense of amazement with you. I loved how you touched on a personal experience to truly encapsulate the extent of meaning the painting ‘Milford Sound’ by Eugene Von Guerard, has …

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Week 6, Peer Review 2

(https://lillyflack.home.blog/2019/08/26/blog-post-2-critical/) Hi Lilly,  Your response really informed me on who the figures on the Australian $10 note are, as I have honestly never known until now! I found it very interesting how you pointed out Dame Mary Gilmore is illustrated in two different periods of her life, yet she is still highly recognisable, particularly by …

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Week 5, Peer Review 1

( https://natalieengl102.home.blog/2019/08/19/blog-post-1/ ) Hi Natalie , Your personal take on “who is an Australian” really underpins the foundation of the nation’s identity, which lives within all of us, yet makes us so unique. I personally agree with your statement that there is no straightforward answer to this question as Australian identity is ever changing and …

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