The trial of anne hutchinson is a photo series that tells the story of a girl’s search for herself during her sophomore year of high school. The series is about an individual who is searching for a sense of self-worth that she didn’t have as a child. What she is experiencing here in this photo series may be similar for you.
In the past, I have written about the importance of a journal and journaling in life as well as the value of using pictures to document important moments in your life. In our blog, we talk about the importance of journaling, and how journaling helps us to remember important moments. However, there is a big difference between journaling and capturing moments.
Writing in a journal is a way to capture the important moments of our lives. But journaling is not just writing. Journaling is a form of self-exploration. It allows you to reflect on your life and how you’ve grown. It allows you to take inventory of your thoughts and emotions and sort them into categories. It allows you to record your thoughts, feelings and memories. In short, journaling is about self-awareness, self-awareness is about self-awareness.
The story that starts the story of our lives starts on the last page of the journal.
Anne Hutchinson is a highschool student who just came home from a weeklong vacation to the Pacific Northwest. While on vacation, she wrote down everything she did and saw and felt and took the diary to the local library. She returned to her family with the diary and was shocked to discover that it had a very strange and disturbing story to tell. The story begins with her mom and dad dying in a car accident. Her father is buried on the beach.
This whole thing is so awful I can’t believe I’m going to write it, even though I haven’t written anything on it yet. I’m just glad that we did it anyway.
The story is told through a diary kept by Anne Hutchinson. (her full name is Anne Louisa Hutchinson) And while the first four chapters are about her family life, this first chapter is told from Anne’s point of view. The story is about her life after her parents die. She finds herself at a nursing home and meets a cute nurse named Dr. Brown. She starts to fall for him even though he has a nice looking face and is a bit of a creep.
The main plot is about the time she first falls for the nurse. The nurse tries to help her but can’t get to a full-grown boy that has come over from the other side and is afraid of his own mother. She gets to tell her friends in the village that she was afraid to go to the nurse because she was afraid to be alone with him.
I liked the way the trial was handled, but some of the moments were a bit weak. I wonder how much the audience has seen of the nurse and the townspeople before the trial.
The trial is set up to be a time-looping narrative, but it’s not quite that. It’s one of the few things in the game where you have the option of choosing exactly the order in which the events in the trial unfold. I found it a bit of an interesting way to handle the story, since it’s a temporal loop, but it doesn’t feel like a loop.