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[Aug. 14th, 2006|09:13 pm]
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so today i finish C+P. honestly, i'm proud of myself. epilogue and all. to tell you the truth, i was dissapointed with the ending. (for the sake of not ruining it, i will stop)

my brother took AP lit his senior year, so almost all of the books we'll be reading, he's already read adn has a copy at home. AND he kept his AP lit binder with all his notes :)

but on another subject (this is the part where you actually ready):

the class currently has somewhere around 17 students in it. i know that many will be weeded out because they didn't read C+P, but how many do you think she go? what would be the ideal class size? i think around 10 would be nice...

comment it up!

-Jaytod
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[User Picture]From: tauwarrior16
2006-08-15 03:31 am (UTC)
This would definately depend on which 17 are in the class. Some sets of 17 would be entirely taken out by the furious onslaught of literature. Some sets would laugh in the face of ruthless advances of language with a counter attack of evening reads backed up by legions of sparknotes and journaling.

So I say with great certainty: maybe.
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[User Picture]From: swtstrawbery126
2006-08-15 05:17 pm (UTC)
to be the antithesis of bradford's answer:

10.
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[User Picture]From: justcuzufeelit
2006-08-16 12:35 am (UTC)
i finished it today...
!
how did we manage to accomplish this?
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