Welcome to the first real entry in my Vonnegut series! Today we're going to go over one of Vonnegut's most famous works, Slaughterhouse-Five. You're probably going to question the order that I do this series in, but don't fret; I'm doing them in the order that we read the books in class. It's as simple … Continue reading ENG 590: “Slaughterhouse-Five”
I, unfortunately, have been out of the blogging loop for just a little bit. These past few weeks have been literal hell on Earth, but I think the worst of it is finally over. I'm going to give you a bit of a run down on some major topics, but first I wanted to give … Continue reading Hello, May!
...and unfortunately in my case, I have lost this one. I posted on Tuesday about the fact that I had a meeting with my thesis advisor and committee members on Wednesday. Unfortunately for me, while I thought I was strong enough to go into the meeting, I was not. I spent the whole day worrying … Continue reading You Win Some, You Lose Some
So usually Tuesdays are when I do a Top 5 Tuesday topic by Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm. This Tuesday, I wasn't a fan of the prompt and couldn't figure out how to get started after a few hours of staring at my screen (in-between snack runs, of course), so I decided to do a … Continue reading Top 5 Classes Based on Books/Characters
My thesis advisor sent me an email last week, asking me to set up a time to talk with her, but in True Lauren Fashion™, I put it off. I ran into her this morning while in-between students for ENG 100 (I have 12 students that I'm tutoring individually in writing this semester), and asked … Continue reading First Thesis Advisor Meeting!
Yesterday was my last first day of school. I started my second year of graduate school at the University of Montevallo. Classes officially started on Monday, but since I've only got one class this semester that meets on Wednesdays from 5-7:30 p.m., I considered yesterday my last first day of school. I wore my Welcome … Continue reading My Last First Day
This fall, I'll be taking approximately one scheduled class, ENG 513, a class on Jane Austen and her works. I've got six classic Austen novels to read this semester. The class is going to be taught by a professor I've never had before, so I'm interested to see how it's going to work out. I … Continue reading ENG 513: Jane Austen