Author: Justine Nurse-McLeod

The Labyrinth

After going through the second portion of The House of Leaves, something that really stood out to me was the idea of the labyrinth within The Navidson Record. So we know enough now to understand that we’re not dealing with a simple hallway, but rather an intricate maze, aka a labyrinth. On page 113, Zampano […] Read more →

Speaking in Riddles

When approaching Carol Ann Duffy’s, Selling Manhattan, my very first thought questioned the title of the book which I thought showed promise. Twenty poems later (one entitled “Selling Manhattan” itself), I’m still clueless as to why she chose this title. But on to the actual poetry! For the most part, I generally hate poetry. Why? […] Read more →