“Art Spiegelman’s graphic novel The Complete Maus tells the life and survival story of his father, Vladek Spiegelman. Despite many of Vladek’s traits being condemned in The Complete Maus, the novel is a fundamentally empathetic account of his life and experiences during the Holocaust.” An excerpt from Babette Ben Meir’s Year 9 English Analytical Essay. Read the essay below. The artwork is by Shreya Khanna, Environmental Sculpture Photography.
Month: December 2021
“Dear Diary, Have you ever thought about thunderstorms? The strange phenomenon they are. It like the sky puts on a firework display but instead of playing laughing from joy, they squirm with fear. Thunderstorms are quite a peculiar thing to like. The funny thing about thunderstorms is that there is always a rainbow after them. That wasn’t the case that time.” An excerpt from Lara Munro’s, Creative Response in Year 8 English. The artwork is by Zoe Sipos, Narrative Mixed Media.
“’Annie!’ my voice croaks. I’ve been calling for ages. I can hear them, but they can’t hear me. There’s no point yelling, the storm is just pulling my voice out to sea.” An excerpt from Saloni Gunasekera’s Year 7 English Creative Monologue Task. Read the full piece below. The artwork is by Alice Freeman, Folio Photography and Photoshop.