Monthly Archives: June 2017

Huzzahs are in order

I’m starting a new tradition of publishing the top student papers for certain assignments here on my blog (with permission from the student, of course). Here’s the first installment. Hats off to Ryan Holland and Mikhail Khrenov. Cracking reads.

A Huck Finn Reader Can See and Don’t See at the Same Time

and

Looking Out For Rapscallions: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Individualist Ethics, and the American Literary Canon

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Chekhov’s “Little Trilogy”

Dear former Scholars of AP Lang:

You may still be digesting your gooseberries, but for those of you who noticed that there’s a tripling happening in that story (the gooseberries are what change Ivan, the story of the gooseberries is what may change Burkin, the story of the story of the gooseberries is what may change the reader), here’s the full version of Chekhov’s “Little Trilogy” for your reading pleasure.

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Summer Reading

Young Scholars:

You can find all your summer reading information here. Why not start now?

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