Note: this was written (and posted at half past twelve at night) as a piece for a new feminist-minded zine in Brisbane, eFEMeral. Bear with me while I find the right references for the quotes. Feedback is much appreciated, as this isn’t due for two days and still may need some work. I’m going to … More No, I won’t just shut up and enjoy it!
One of my university courses this semester is called Literary Classics: Texts and Tradition. It’s really quite interesting the way that this course is structured: it begins with Beowulf, Chaucer, Shakespeare, Johnathan Swift and Jane Austen and then merges into Jean Rhys, Toni Morrison and Salman Rushdie. There’s a lackluster lecture on literary criticism and … More Why my English lecturer doesn’t get Toni Morrison