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Which SUA Lit Teacher Are You?

Is your go-to lit term the same as Mr. Hittle’s? Do you and Dr. Jones prefer the same Shakespearean plays? Take this ~lit~ quiz to find out!

What is your favorite food?

  1. Pizza

  2. Oysters

  3. Indian food

  4. Bacon

  5. Anything from Dewey’s!

What is your spirit animal?

  1. Beagle

  2. Ginger cat

  3. Koala

  4. Bear

  5. Pallas cat

What is your favorite Shakespearean play?

  1. King Lear

  2. Macbeth

  3. A Midsummer Night's Dream

  4. Othello

  5. Twelfth Night

What is your go-to lit term?

  1. Pathetic fallacy

  2. Symbolism

  3. Irony

  4. Technical climax

  5. Stichomythia. If you know, you know.

If you could relive the plot of any SUA reading book, which book would it be and why?

  1. The Awakening

  2. Lord of the Flies

  3. The Great Gatsby

  4. Fahrenheit 451

  5. Pride and Prejudice

If you got…

Mostly A’s: Mrs. Adkins. You actually enjoyed annotating The Awakening, and pathetic fallacy makes your heart skip a beat. Chances are, your idea of a perfect evening involves curling up with your beagle, a slice of pizza, and a copy of King Lear.

Mostly B’s: Mr. Hacker. You have a thing for classic reading material, such as Lord of the Flies and Macbeth and an unconventional taste in food (oysters, anyone?).

Mostly C’s: Mr. Hittle. You’re a relaxed, easygoing, Indian food-loving person who just wants some time to enjoy A Midsummer Night’s Dream… or to gear up for a Gatsby-level party.

Mostly D’s: Mr. King. When you’re not evaluating essays (did someone say technical climax?), you can be found indulging in a slice (or five) of bacon and a crispy copy of Fahrenheit 451. Oh, and you’re probably a ginger.

Mostly E’s: Dr. Jones. You are one of the select few who can use the term “stichomythia” correctly in a sentence -- impressive! You also love Pride and Prejudice, what with its witty banter, stately homes, and happy ending.

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