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April 11, 2007

Hola y Adios Amigos (or not)

Blog Carnivale, Hinton

Literary Criticism--EL312

In the portfolio, I mentioned the three p's (porfolios, papers, and projects) and how everyone in class is affected by it. We say and do a lot of things to pass the time. One of my American Lit. amigos, Kevin McGinnis, writes (or should I say vent) a lot to pass the time.

Look at Oh man, classic. Total classic.

Some people freak out before a presentation. Even though they are strong inside anyway.

Check out Valerie Masciarelli in Derrida presentation: the scariest reading ever

But maybe it is reading structure in a literary text that is confusing to us. Poststructuralism was one of the most difficult lessons that we had. Kevin McGinnis shows his frustration about Derrida's article. While I compared the characters of Postmortem for a Postmodernist to a pack of pitbulls . While I'm screaming about pitbuls, Val is ushering in the lesson on her blog. If this is a blog carnival that confuses you...good. Then a postmodernist take on this blog is working.

Nevertheless, we come together in a common cause to learn how to approach literature in a different ways. I would like to say to my two blogmates and the rest of the classmates, Cuelgue en allí mis amigos (Hang in there my friends).

Posted by KevinHinton at April 11, 2007 7:29 PM


Blog Carnival, ver 2 - Three Amigos Edition


Posted by: Kevin at April 12, 2007 4:46 PM

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