Flannery O’Connor, Edgar Allan Poe, and Kincaid

Classes are in full swing at the University of Louisville. It’s only been about a month and I’m already worried about my GPA taking a big hit this semester. Adjusting to classes that meet three days a week instead of just once a week like they did at the EKU Danville Campus is a lot… Continue reading Flannery O’Connor, Edgar Allan Poe, and Kincaid

Sonny’s Blues, Bartleby the Scrivener, and Cathedral

As I revealed earlier, I’m reading every story from my college English text; The Norton Introduction of Literature by Kelly J. Mays, just because. My bookmark currently rests between pages 69 and 70 in the Norton book. My goal was to read it cover-to-cover, but the syllabus wouldn’t cooperate with that idea. For the last few classes,… Continue reading Sonny’s Blues, Bartleby the Scrivener, and Cathedral

You Always Need A Good Anthology

“You always need a good Anthology,” my English 210 professor said at the beginning of my spring 2014 semester at Eastern Kentucky University, justifying his decision for the assigned book for the course. I borrowed a friend’s copy; she had taken the class before me. Throughout the semester I read the assigned texts, took notes… Continue reading You Always Need A Good Anthology