I couldn't study anything other than English, I really couldn't. Everything else just seems so...ridiculous to me, I guess.
I'm English with emphasis on Creative Writing, because I sort of want to be an author, although I'm not very skilled at writing. I wrote a book...
I have loved English, writing and literature for as long as I've lived. I have not wanted anything more in my life, and I'm finally on the road to my dream. I published my first novel, am writing a storm, and am in college pursuing my English degree.
I taught myself how to read in kindergarten, looking at cubby holes. After that, anything with words was fair game. My like of reading turned into a love of reading, and as I got older, I found that I enjoyed writing as well. While other kids were struggling with the "umbrella...
for one of my classes, I've decided I must be thinking unrealistic because apparently an English Ed degree is useless and I'm a woman which means I should represent women and go into a STEM career. No thank you... I think I'll be an English Teacher. Doctors can't go to med...
I'm an English major with a creative writing track. I love it. I'm also a sociology minor. I hope to be a middle school or high school English teacher after graduating. I have three more semesters left.
I have always LOVED anything having to do with books and words, so it seemed natural that I would be an English major from the beginning...not so-- after going through 2 changes, I FINALLY realized the truth Haha...I'm really loving my decision now!!
I love stories.
I love imagery.
Poetry and fiction. I think i could go without food or drink if only I could have a pile of novels and short story collections and poetry chapbooks.
I don't think I could ever major in anything else, really.
Papers prove something. They add profundity to what you're analyzing.
All a Comparison-Contrast paper is doing is taking two separate things and saying, "Heh. These are kinda the same and also kinda not."
I am an English major because I always knew I would be. It's always been a kind of calling for me. Always my favorite classes, and like most other English majors, I love to read and write.
I loved Chaucer and Faulkner and Shakespeare. I excelled at literary...
As the wonderful song from Avenue Q states: "What do you do with a B.A. in English?"
I've been reading and writing ever since I learned how and after changing my major a couple times, I finally decided that English was indeed the way to go. The college I went to also offered a...