In which a business student, recently accused of being too logical in her approach to English, hands it back to the tutor on a silver platter.
Tutor: Okay, you now have a reasonable essay on classical traditions in poetry. Write a good title to go with it.
Student: “Classical Traditions”.
Tutor: That’s a little too predictable to be creative and a little too vague to be descriptive.
Tutor: You’re not selling Coke. Create something beautiful, something that demonstrates your command of language and applies your knowledge from English class.
Student (deadpan): “Hybridizing Sympathetic Demolition: Classical Traditions in the Flock”.