Crimson staff writer
Joseph P. Kelly
"The Life Assignment" by Ricardo Alberto Maldonado’s examines the dissonance between original homeland and current residence.
With stories of dirtied youth and reactionary norms of the town, the speaker renders her origin in a way removed from the physicality of the space.
In a single line, Sadoff is able to seamlessly guide the reader to a place, physical or otherwise.
“When I sing, it reminds me of what I’m supposed to do,” singer-songwriter Emily King said to a sold-out crowd during her show last month at the Somerville Theatre.
In only 50 seconds, the trailer reveals that Hopper is, in fact, still alive and appears to be living as a Russian prisoner.
“Avatar,” which celebrated its 15th anniversary on Feb. 21, created characters and storylines that were far more complex than the shows it competed with.