Stelzner: They don't like being happy in Germany. Stelzner: They like being sad. Stelzner: Which makes them happy! So it's all good.
//AP Lit, Jacobs taking attendance. Albert crocheting at his desk Jacobs: Albert, you here? //long silence Albert, loudly: I am CROCHET! John: *slaps desk with vigor* That was a GOOD one, Albert!
//Pd 3 AP Lit Jacobs: My sister married a stock broker. //Sits down Jacobs: They're very wealthy. //Looks down at feet mumbling Jacobs: I don't like them.
Anonymous Lit Student: He's wearing yellow. I don't know if that's symbolism or something.
A discussion question in Lit: "Identify diction that creates tone."
O'Connor AP Lit Pd. 7 O'Connor: This is call a gnomon. It's a parallelogram in a parallelogram. Jared: So they're simliar. O'Connor: No, they're even more than just similar, they're identical. Jared,: But they're similar, like you know... *class laughs O'Connor: Ohhhhhh.
O'Connor: There are people who make deathbed decisions that they later regret.
O'Connor: Crime and Punishment is like Hamlet trapped in Macbeth. Student: There, she saved you 500 pages of a crazy guy talking to himself.