Genre: 7th

ANNA QIN

The Battle of Gettysburg The United States has not always been united. In fact, our country survived intact the greatest civil war in World History between 1861-1863, and almost a million US soldiers from both the Union Army led by Ulysses S. Grant, and the Confederate Army, led by General Robert E. Lee, perished in Read more…

JASON QIN

Roald Dahl’s Use of The Extreme By Jason Qin Roald Dahl liked to use realism and surrealism as techniques to help deliver the story. Dahl uses realism to create empathy in his children’s books and unrealistic ideas in his adult short stories to keep his audience thinking. One example of this are the scenes of Charlie Read more…

Jason Qin

Incompetent Fools The child ambled around the zoo, humming along to a tune and kicking rocks into the enclosures. He was 4 years old and smeared with filth. Was this a homeless child, an abused child, or an escapee from the local orphanage? No, actually he was a normal child – it was his parents Read more…

JASON QIN

Roald Dahl’s double edged sword: forged out of pure fiction and realism by Jason Qin Roald Dahl liked to use realism and surrealism as techniques to help deliver the story. Dahl is known to use realism to create empathy in his children’s books and unrealistic ideas in his adult short stories to keep his audience Read more…