the end

I think what I’ll remember most is the nonstop talking and uncalled-for constant class discussions. Some of them were pretty interesting, I’ll give you that, but sometimes I just want some piece and quiet. A lot of them were frustrating because people just talked over people and others couldn’t always get a word in outside of that half of the class that kept being rowdy.

I personally think that we should not teach so much Shakespeare because I hate it. I get that it works different parts of your brain or whatever, but I just don’t like it. Also, there’s a ridiculous amount of death being taught.

Out of the books that I’ve read with literary merits, I didn’t really find a favorite. I was, however, disappointed with Never Let Me Go because it was just missing the heartbreaking moments that the reviewers were talking about. Maybe I’m just heartless, I don’t know.

 

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