Monthly Archives: December 2012

All Finals Done!

I think I did okay.  But why do Greek verbs have to have SIX principle parts, and none of them the infinitive?  Now I just have to turn in a take-home section–that has to be tomorrow.  Not wandering around campus

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Finals

It’s finals week.  For me, that means, for the first time since August, I don’t have to get up before 10 to make an 8:45 class. (Why are intro language so early in the morning at Bryn Mawr it sucks!) 

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Poetry and Stuff

I posted a poem over in my poetry page https://crazyqueerclassicist.wordpress.com/poetry/ and it’s mostly in Latin.  Word of the day: “macaronic” means a work that’s in two or more languages at once.  Anyway, it’s about asking a binary world for acceptance.

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