I wasn’t what you would call a “scholar”

December 14, 2009

The late Clark Rodewald’s fairly accurate take on my inability to process, interpret and speak meaningfully on literature:
Clark Rodewald's review

Bradford Morrow's review
I’m now absolutely (some 10+ years later) sure I probably should have engaged Bradford Morrow more. He did have the best reading list of any class I ever took. Also, it seemed like he knew William Gaddis.

I’m also fairly certain I should have studied type design… if I could do it all over again.

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  • kellie says:

    must you listen to an english professor who taught anne rice?

  • Scott says:

    I love reading college feedback like this and came across some of my own when I was unpacking boxes recently. Screenplay feedback was especially funny as the characters that were based on real friends of mine were deemed “unbelievable” as well as “horrible human beings let alone characters in a film”. In all fairness, the script wasn’t great but neither was that professor who primarily wanted to see students respond or write exactly as he would – which also would have sucked.