2 responses to “Final Semester: The Day After Tomorrow”

  1. Dan

    I don’t envy your reading list although, personally, that’s probably because Woolf and T.S. Eliot fill me with a deep seated working class rage.
    I’ve found it to be a less than fruitful excercise to get very angry with dead people, however. As such I avoided early 20th century writing in my undergraduate degree wherever possible. Whilst I’m “coming out” in a literary sense I should also say I can’t stand Charles Dickens’ writing. I might not have liked him as a person either. This probably goes someway to explain my fascination with all things medieval and older!

    In any case, don’t let my prejudices spoil what looks to be a full on sprint to the finish of your degree. Best of luck!

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