Useful information can be found with due diligence
By Colin M. Prenger ’11
When students are assigned a book for English class, some may turn to summary websites to alleviate the potential stress of a challenging and lengthy read.
Brophy’s English Department demands critical analysis of novels and high quality, detailed writing – which could explain why some turn to summary websites.
Every year in English classes across the country, students are required to read books many of which are, quite frankly, boring.
These books, put rather indelicately by some as having been written by “dead white guys,” are assigned because they are considered to be “classics.”