So on Monday I was just walking my way to class before I stopped in my tracks when I saw my friends and my super-awesome-intelligent lecturer (the one on the left) sitting on a bench outside. I joined in and went right into discussion of a novel we’re reading by Patrick Modiano, this year’s winner of the Nobel Prize of Literature.
It was a gloomy morning along with a breeze that made the towering trees surrounding my campus rustle. I thought to myself, it’s been a long time since I’ve had a class outside and there we were talking back and forth on what makes a postmodern novel so confusing yet endlessly fascinating. Mr. Munjid is a new lecturer this year and they way he expressed knowledge plus teaching methods are everything I admire and aspire to be when I become an English Literature lecturer myself.
Surrounded by trees, good friends who share the same values that I do, discussing my ultimate passion in this world that is literature, it couldn’t get any better than that. I’m so lucky to have found what I love quite early in my life and I know I will forever love doing it.