10 June 2004 - 12:35 PM
Set 'em up, barkeep. It's time for a parting glass in the Tavern of Pain:
Walden Pond is the place where Waldo went to live in the woods.
Mary Chestnut watched the Battle of Gettysburg from the rooftops of Charleston.
When J. Alfred Prufrock says he's 'measured out his life with coffee spoons,' he means that every day he follows the same routine. He gets up and makes coffee.
Greed is the route of all evil.
Beowulf defeats Grendel without any weaponry, just his bear hands.
The difference between an English sonnet and an Italian sonnet is that English sonnets are longer.
Macduff is able to kill Macbeth because his mother had a sea section. (Alternate spelling used by several students: see section)
Shelley used haiku and metaphors to create the 'Ode to the West Wind.'
Love is nothing without the opposite sex
And that, as they say, is that.