Pattern Library: The Toast — 2015 Redesign

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Victoria Don

Victoria Don is a freelance writer living in Los Angeles. She is currently working on a young adult adventure novel featuring Asian American protagonists, wolves, boarding school, freeways, the desert, hereditary magic, underground murder syndicates, complicated family dynamics, and that weird dead LA light.


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Victoria Don is a freelance writer living in Los Angeles. She is currently working on a young adult adventure novel featuring Asian American protagonists, wolves, boarding school, freeways, the desert, hereditary magic, underground murder syndicates, complicated family dynamics, and that weird dead LA light.


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On the other hand, we denounce with righteous indignation and dislike men who are so beguiled and demoralized by the charms of pleasure of the moment, so blinded by desire, that they cannot foresee the pain and trouble that are bound to ensue; and equal blame belongs to those who fail in their duty through weakness of will, which is the same as saying through shrinking from toil and pain.


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Ophelia is the daughter of a nobleman and the sort-of girlfriend to Hamlet, crown prince of Denmark. We don’t know a lot about her, other than she really likes Hamlet, despite the fact he’s mostly a jerk to her and basically behaves like Edward Cullen—brooding and then belittling her. She shows a bit of backbone in denying her dad’s wishes to stay away from Hamlet—but that turns out to be a terrible mistake. Poor Ophelia, we hardly knew ye. Let’s call her a Hufflepuff.

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but that turns out to be a terrible mistake. Poor Ophelia, we hardly knew ye. Let’s call her a Hufflepuff.

Juliet is a little spunkier than Ophelia, but just as silly when it comes to boys. She also falls in love with a bad boy and defies her parents’ wishes. Her story is especially juicy because she’s basically engaged to major hottie Paris—who doesn’t want to marry ’90s Paul Rudd? While she doesn‘t her fair share of weeping and lamenting, she also threatens to stab herself unless these friar helps her escape Paris, and that takes some serious moxie. This makes her a Gryffindor. ’90s Paul Rudd? While she does her fair share of weeping and lamenting, she also threatens to stab herself unless the friar helps her escape Paris, and that

Winner: Juliet. Poor Ophelia doesn’t stand a chance…unless it’s a crying contest. She could kick butt in a crying contest.

Juliet is a little spunkier than Ophelia, but just as silly when it comes to boys. She also falls in love with a bad boy and defies her parents’ wishes. Her story is especially juicy because she’s basically engaged to major hottie Paris—who doesn’t want to marry ’90s Paul Rudd? While she doesn‘t her fair share of weeping and lamenting, she also threatens to stab herself unless these friar helps her escape Paris, and that takes some serious moxie. This makes her a Gryffindor. ’90s Paul Rudd? While she does her fair share of weeping and lamenting, she also threatens to stab herself unless the friar helps her escape Paris, and that

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but that turns out to be a terrible mistake. Poor Ophelia, we hardly knew ye. Let’s call her a Hufflepuff.

Juliet is a little spunkier than Ophelia, but just as silly when it comes to boys. She also falls in love with a bad boy and defies her parents’ wishes. Her story is especially juicy because she’s basically engaged to major hottie Paris—who doesn’t want to marry ’90s Paul Rudd? While she doesn‘t her fair share of weeping and lamenting, she also threatens to stab herself unless these friar helps her escape Paris, and that takes some serious moxie. This makes her a Gryffindor. ’90s Paul Rudd? While she does her fair share of weeping and lamenting, she also threatens to stab herself unless the friar helps her escape Paris, and that

Winner: Juliet. Poor Ophelia doesn’t stand a chance…unless it’s a crying contest. She could kick butt in a crying contest.


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Kate Franklin: Hello!

Johannah King-Slutzky: Hello!

Joe Howley: Hello! (That was me completing the third part of the harmony.)

Kate: I definitely heard those on ascending tones.

Johannah: Okay, let’s jump into it. I think first of all we were hoping you could summarize your background a bit for The Toast readers.

Kate: I am an anthropological archaeologist (so, an anthropologist who works through excavations to understand human societies in the past as well as the present). I received my degree from the University of Chicago, and I have been working for the last 6 years in the Republic of Armenia. I study the late medieval period (AD 12th-15th centuries), when Armenia was a place in between crusader states, caliphates, Mongol empire, etc. And pertinent to science fiction, I study how people contextualize their action in society through the creation of worlds, whether in materiality, history, architectural space, or landscape. Put another way, I am interested in how all politics are contingent on getting people to imagine the world (and themselves in it) in particular ways.

Joe: I have about a thousand questions about that, but to start, when did you first read this book, and have you re-read it many times since then?

Kate: I was actually trying to remember when I first read it– I think it was in elementary school, perhaps third or fourth grade. And I have definitely not reread it since perhaps early middle school– so I was amazed at how much I remembered.perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque laudantium, totam rem aperiam:


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