About Elizabeth Baruzzini

Elizabeth Baruzzini is a 2014 graduate of Christendom College, where she majored in English Language and Literature.

The Existential Expeditions of Wes Anderson

By |2019-05-02T12:29:07-05:00September 21st, 2017|Categories: Character, Film, Wes Anderson|

Utilizing the keen wit and boundless creativity all filmmakers should possess, Mr. Anderson provides fantastical tales, but never neglects to include accessible examples of human longing… Through the unique directorial vision of Wes Anderson, audiences have seen truly unforgettable, delightfully odd stories spring to life. His genius may be indicated first by his settings—fictitious locales, [...]

Charles Dickens and an Incomplete Ideal

By |2021-02-06T12:57:41-06:00June 29th, 2017|Categories: Character, Charity, Charles Dickens, Literature, Love, Marriage|

Through reading the works of Charles Dickens, we may be inspired to take a closer look at our own priorities and come to a deeper understanding of our inability to embody perfectly our own ideals. Throughout the career of the esteemed literary giant Charles Dickens, selfless love as opposed to selfishness served as an underlying [...]

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