Happy Memorial Day to all of my readers. I’ve been enjoying my time off from the classroom to recharge my batteries and prepare myself for my first year of teaching. My credit arrived in my Audible account yesterday and I browsed my list of over 200+ books. I’ve come to a sad conclusion: I’ll never read everything that I ought to. Canons and preferences contain multitudes, and I feel hopelessly minuscule against them. If anyone has any advice, I’m open ears.
For some strange reason, I was thinking about the PRAXIS II test I took back in November, and I remember a lot of questions about Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston. I’ve heard things about this book for years, and now I finally have the chance to read it and find out what the fuss is all about (I know, a cliche).