Effects of Paranoia: Changes from Harboring a Fugitive

By Calista Mei, Drew Yates, Tiffany Su This infographic on Joseph Conrad’s “The Secret Sharer” explores the captain’s paranoia and its effects on his tone and actions as a result of harboring a stowaway fugitive, Leggatt. This infographic thus focuses on the captain’s mannerisms, thoughts, and emotions. The T-chart comparing the captain’s actions before and … Continue reading Effects of Paranoia: Changes from Harboring a Fugitive

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Together in Isolation

By Calista Mei, Drew Yates, Tiffany Su The infographic on Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea explores the theme of isolation and its effects on Annette, Antoinette, and Mr. Rochester. In the first section, we reveal quotations for each character to reveal how he or she was isolated. These lines are placed next to graphic caricatures. … Continue reading Together in Isolation

Discrimination Over Nations

By Calista Mei, Drew Yates, Tiffany Su This comparison infographic on Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea and Nella Larsen’s Passing focuses on the novels’ shared study of discrimination and racial tensions. The infographic’s first section gives background on the racial atmosphere of each novel via maps of United States and Jamaica. Points on the maps … Continue reading Discrimination Over Nations

Conflicted: Irene’s Views of Clare

By Calista Mei, Drew Yates, Tiffany Su The infographic on Passing by Nella Larsen investigates Irene’s changing attitudes toward Clare. The first section is a pie graph showing the percentage of each emotion Irene feels for Clare. The pie graph exhibits the wide variety of opinions Irene has of Clare; some opinions contradict others. In … Continue reading Conflicted: Irene’s Views of Clare

A Valuable Cast: Values and Outlooks

By Calista Mei, Drew Yates, Tiffany Su In this infographic on Rabindranath Tagore’s The Post Office, we explore the characters’ values and outlooks. We broke the infographic down into three sections. The first has parts for seven of the main characters. Each has a unique graphic image paired with a quote that best summarizes their … Continue reading A Valuable Cast: Values and Outlooks

A Dying Boy’s Optimistic Outlook

By Tiffany Su An imaginative boy always finds his glass half full, even in the face of death. In Rabindranath Tagore’s play, “The Post Office,” a sick boy remains positive as his health declines. Tagore’s story, along with his broader body of writing, earned him much acclaim, including the first Nobel Peace Prize in Literature … Continue reading A Dying Boy’s Optimistic Outlook