Going to School with Kenny G—UPDATED

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  1. Aaron Apps
    Aaron Apps October 31, 2009 at 3:56 am .

    What I think is interesting about this, while you may want to call it transcribing (which it is), is that it actually forces the students (I would think, as Goldsmith would challenge students as he seems like a rather interesting and intellectually challenging person when I listen to his readings and the like) to find a way to approach writing without relying on easy prescribed modes of thought.

  2. Aaron Apps
    Aaron Apps October 31, 2009 at 3:53 am .

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  3. Mairi
    Mairi October 31, 2009 at 12:22 am .

    “The exciting thing about what we’re doing is that we’re trying to hammer out a definition,” he said. “It might not have to do with gender or sexuality, it might also be ‘oddness.’” <br /><br /> 1. a. Strange, odd, peculiar, eccentric. Also: of questionable character; suspicious, dubious.<br /><br />Seems straightforward enough, in this context anyway.

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