Short is apparently better.
School. We’re in it.
I haven’t been funny is so very long. So I’m going to see if you all can decipher my class notes from Dr. Strait’s class . . . and see if any of you can tell how in the heck this gets me good grades:
9-10 line 392 – does he have a choice? 396 -> end of Troy. if Hector dies – family lost emphasis on tears feel the Pathos of the Trojans doomed, lost, misplaced people Is this Realistic or Contradictory? living in the Tension of the two this character – unwavering committment, despite hoplessness. best of many (internal struggle b/w & vision of doom) like us –> doom here & now heavenly hope how pivotal is knowing this? what’s our risk in forgetting this 9-10 *in a little box* Culture of defeat conflict between household and city: household, Andr., son vs.city, Troy btw youth (son) & age (him) fathers, sons, brother, husbsand – Hector complex human associations – that’s us!!! character of choic – where do we find this? Andromache’s . . . is heroism possible w/o freedom & responsibility
uh . . . yeah. So I’m going to spare you the rest.
Shout outs to Gimli, Jill, Dana and the rest of the Second Glide newbies. I love you.
To everyone else: Risa, Lisa, Bex, Tins, Becca, Maria, Sara, Kasey, Quiggins . . . . EVERYBODY!!! WE’RE HERE!!!!