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Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Hand Across America...

Here's why vanity searches sometimes make you more vain. Remember this poem? Well, apparently it's being used as part of a Writing and Imagination syllabus for Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth. Check out this .pdf and put "Mutford" in the search bar. See that? Right beside E.E. Cumming's "l(a" poem. How awesome is that?

If those little geniuses are ripping it apart, or if it's being used as an example of what not to do, I don't need to know. I'm happy for now.

1 comment:

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth? Sorry, but that name makes me snicker and brings to mind Derrick Zoolander's School for Kids Who Can't Read Good (And Want to Learn How to Do Other Things Good).

Aside from that, this is the coolest thing I have read all day. You're rubbing elbows with ee cummings!