Have you planted “Marigolds”?

Have you planted “Marigolds”?

Eugenia Collier’s short story challenges us to think about that moment when we transition from youth to adulthood. It’s clear that her narrator has thought about this deeply, and only after several years has she been able to put her thoughts and experiences into...
“Antigone” by Sophocles

“Antigone” by Sophocles

Overview One of the world’s greatest plays of all time, “Antigone” has endured for more than 2450 years. Written by the great Greek playwright, Sophocles, this play is the final installment of his “Oedipus” cycle, which includes “Oedipus Rex,” “Oedipus at Colonus”...
First Semester Info

First Semester Info

Here we go! As we sail into the first semester, here is some information you’re going to need from Mr. DeMiero and Ms. Lewis: • E9H Syllabus 2016-2017 • English 9 Honors Initial Survey Each of these documents is a .pdf file, so all you need is Adobe Reader to...
Found Poetry

Found Poetry

Found poetry can be as profound as original, traditional poetry. The difference? The words are found in existing texts, then edited and arranged in new, poetic ways by the poet. Confused? No worries. Read this excerpt from Poets.org: Found poems take existing texts...