“Parent: I am very interested in having my child attend this school. St. Benedict: No, you’re not.” -from St Benedict In The Admissions Office, my latest for CiRCE
No. 5: “Overtones,” from The Master, by Jonny Greenwood.
No. 6: “Mr Moustafa,” from The Grand Budapest Hotel, by Alexandre Desplat.
The Lord loves a cheerful giver, but He’ll take a reluctant one.
No. 7: “Stillness of the Mind,” from A Single Man, by Abel Korzeniowski.
No. 8: “Like Home,” from Gone Girl, by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross
No. 9: “For the World,” from Hero, by Tan Dun.
No. 10: “Morning Passages,” from The Hours, by Philip Glass
In case you wondered, this is where I got it from: arial black font, italicized, only lower case.
“More often than not, contextualization is just an easy way out. Rookie teachers spend too much time in Paradise Lost talking about John Milton because it is easier than talking about the book. Milton is the least interesting part of Paradise Lost, though, and that is because his poem is a complete success. So try teaching a bookContinue reading “Introductions Are Overrated”