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Thursday, November 03, 2005
Further dispatches from the midterm party
This is probably only funny to those of you who know the poem, but what the hell.
For the close-reading portion of my midterm, one of the poems my students could choose to analyze was Wyatt's "Whoso list to hunt," the last four lines of which are:
And graven with diamonds in letters plainOne of my students wrote, "The last lines of the poem have French written in them to create a superior feeling. The deer belongs to 'Caesar,' and knows foreign languages, and is too good for the hunter."
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