Lacks A Universal Appeal

As I walked into the lecture hall, I saw people ra
As I walked into the lecture hall, I saw people ra
As I walked into the lecture hall, I saw people ranging from the literary community’s elite to high school students. Taking my seat, the crowd hushed as a rather distinguished looking man walked to the podium. The man prepared his notes and I waited silently in awe of his presence, anticipating his words of wisdom. I knew this was a gentleman who knew what he was talking about – that is, until he opened his mouth. My first impressions of Professor Dunne, a visiting literary critic, were torn to