For class tomorrow, read "Hidden Intellectualism" in They Say / I Say. Then post to the blog, analyzing the essay according to the instructions in Chapter 4, Exercise 1, instead of writing a summary. In the article, Graff notes that as a kid he didn't realize he was an "intellectual" when it came to certain subjects like sports. Share some subjects on which, according to Graff's definition, you would now feel yourself an intellectual but might not have in the past. And why didn't you?
Also, continue to read Dracula, and upload the annotation asked for today.
Questions? Quibbles? Controversies?