Who knew World Lit was so hard?

In a student paper on the Aeneid: “Like our class discussions, the gods have a small sense of sympathy for mortals.”

One response to “Who knew World Lit was so hard?”

  1. Dave says:

    I love how inexpressive it is. A decently written dangling-modifier howler would go something like “Like our class discussions, the gods have little sense of sympathy for mortals.” But unlike the old days, the undergraduate of to-day has no ear for prose.