4 Works in Tituba (Salem)
28 Apr 2021
In I, Tituba: Black Witch of Salem, author Maryse Conde imagines Tituba crossing paths with a pregnant Hester Prynne in Ipswich prison in the weeks leading up to Tituba's trial and Hester's public condemnation. United by the contempt of others, they formed a close bond. After her trial, Tituba returned to Ipswich, only to be heartbroken to learn that Hester has taken her own life.
As she prepares to make her fateful decision, Hester prepares a letter to Tituba she knows will never be sent.
Fandoms: Touhou Project, Black History - Fandom, Othello - Shakespeare, 20th Century CE RPF, Music RPF, Michael Jackson (Musician)
29 Mar 2021
I don't know what happened.
Everything was all black for me.
But I did know one thing.
I was alone in a strange forest
It was cold.
And most definitely my body was not my own.
Where in heaven's name am I?
- Part 1 of Touhou Outsiders
Le notti a Salem possono essere lunghe, fredde e inospitali.
Fandoms: The Scarlet Letter - All Media Types, The Crucible - Miller, The Catcher in the Rye - J. D. Salinger, Death of a Salesman - Miller, The Grapes of Wrath
17 Aug 2015
For once, something which has nothing to do with The Grand Budapest Hotel!
I wrote this parody work as an assignment for my eleventh grade English class sometime in 2009, and have just come across it (I printed it, and so I painstakingly re-typed it and am now immortalizing this drivel here).
It concerns a crack crossover between The Catcher in the Rye, The Crucible, The Scarlet Letter, The Grapes of Wrath and Death of a Salesman. I forget what our assignment actually was, all I know is this is what came about from it and I got an A+ and placed in AP English solely because of this shit.
Anyway, in this story, you will find Holden Caulfield, Abigail Williams, Arthur Dimmesdale, Tom Joad, Willy and Biff Loman united together by the strange throes of destiny, as they embark upon a fateful cruise down the Mississippi River, which has some uncanny and unexpected happenings after Abigail Williams strikes a bargain with Satan in hopes of regaining the affections of her beloved John Proctor.
If you somehow make it through this horribly written diatribe, I'd appreciate feedback!