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Midterms Monday In Emojis

If your midterm is in five minutes, if you forgot how to read full sentences, if you never even ordered the Lit Hum books, don’t panic – say hello to your new best studying companion. Here for your enjoyment/minor alleviating of midterms anxiety are full summaries of the Lit Hum books covered on the upcoming midterm in trendiest translation yet: emoji. We all know that emojis are there for us when words just can’t do us justice, and now they’re there for you when you cannot read one more list of ancient Greek ships.

 

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  • Lit Hum Prof says:

    @Lit Hum Prof These emojis are solid gold. I say this as someone who teaches Lit Hum. Nice work, Bwog.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous This is good.

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