"C'est drôle de le voir. Il a l'air d'un homme qui, incapable de jouer un air, souffle bien fort dans une trompette dans l'espoir que, dans une minute, ça deviendra de la musique". Lumière d'août (1932) William Faulkner
Don't let that image scare you off. Dr. Alexander Leggatt used a character from playwright Ben Jonson's "Bartholomew Fair," for his own work: "Introduction to English Renaissance Comedy." We are pleased to welcome Leggatt as a member of our faculty and though he may be critical of our other professors, he holds expertise in analysis. Dr. Leggatt will not only help you discover connections between literature and contemporary relevance, but lead you to draw your own societal critiques as well.