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“Hope I didn’t come back too late, Miss Sparrow.”
Oh no, he wasn’t replaced. He’ll be teaching the freshman. And us sophomores are stuck with this new guy.
Oh, well how unfortunate for him. I’m not one to say, but the freshman are always a rowdy crowd when it came to literature.
Well who knows, maybe you’ll learn to like the new professor as the year comes.
I’d like that.
I loved my English class. I got a lousy teacher this year… I’m really going to miss Mr. Richardson and his classes.
They replaced Mr. Richardson, I thought he still had a few more years left in him.
I’d say it’s more like an epithet. I don’t have any new classmates, just the same lot from last year. Lately I haven’t found much reason to liven up my days, Will. Things just feel… odd.
Well, we have to fix that wouldn’t we? Have a nice chat over tea, yes?
I’m surprised Raven, I thought you loved your English class.
Right now the word would be monotone.
College monotone? That’s an oxymoron right there. Have you not talked with some of your new classmates? I’m sure they’ll liven up your day.
Is college not exciting for you, Raven?