Thursday, May 07, 2009

The light of story

The following "sentences" appeared in a paper that I graded recently:
  • Shakespeare did have an adamant opinion of fate, or whether it even existed.
  • In his incongruent mind, Romeo reacts on impulse, which causes him to be in banishment.
  • Romeo and Juliet's impatient relationship selflessly grows into the art of one big mistake.
  • Friar Lawrence's concoctions to cheating the feud lead the lovers to the final tragedy.
  • His ideas ultimately go awry and his misunderstandings of love change the light of story completely.
  • It is the mask of determination and the cover for love that Friar Lawrence's misunderstood actions contribute to the untimely result of the book.
  • It is not fate that shares the heart of Romeo and Juliet, but the perplexity made from a ruinous mistake.
  • Romeo's fear of causing corruption has portrayed an everlasting appeal to the death of Mercutio.
Glad to be making a difference.


At 8:33 PM, Blogger Tom posited...

"Romeo and Juliet's impatient relationship selflessly grows into the art of one big mistake."

Profoundly idiotic, or idiotically profound?

At 7:09 AM, Blogger Jason posited...

"has portrayed an everlasting appeal"

At 11:16 AM, Blogger constant_k posited...

Late last night i wrote a similar paper about Borges' "The Circular Ruins."

Let's just all try to remember that you can't always get what you want.

WV: flawn. The word that wasn't but should have been.

At 11:26 AM, Anonymous Alan posited...

Here's my end-comment on that paper:

"Kid, Trying to read your writing makes my brain hurt. It's what I imagine a translation of Hegel would read like if it were completed by someone from down the hall in German 100. In the future, please consider going to the writing center or cheating. F-, no rewrites."

At 11:31 AM, Blogger constant_k posited...

Alan: Jesus Christ

Coach: what are your feelings on star trek?

At 7:15 PM, Blogger CoachDub posited...

I'm going to see the movie. It looks pretty fun. I used to watch the show a bit, though never regularly. And I like JJ Abrams.

At 9:42 PM, Blogger P "N" K posited...

Star Trek is really entertaining, and I'm a Star Wars guy. For a movie I had moderate expectations for, I was definitely impressed.


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