Kekoa Pukahi Professor Michael Pak English 100 16 June 2015 Black Jack Adele has spent the last four years fighting her way out of Amy Winehouse’s bee-hived shadow, but she’s made a credible bid for her own place in the upper tier of female pop singers. As anyone who follows British radio will tell you, Adele has emerged as a contemporary master of the breakup song: On the gorgeous “Someone Like You” she summons the strength to move on, while the super-charged pop-gospel number “Rolling in the Deep” finds her confronting an ex-lover with the wrath of the righteous. Adele says she wishes him well. But more of this bunny-boiling intensity wouldn’t go amiss on an album where the shivers  →