- A little sample of this “brief history of Europe as told through the peculiar observations from college students’ papers,” compiled by Professor Anders Henricksson:
The Middle Ages slimpared to a halt. The renasence bolted in from the blue. Life reeked with joy. Italy became robust, and more individuals felt the value of their human being. Italy, of course, was much closer to the rest of the world, thanks to northern Europe. Man was determined to civilise himself and his brothers, even if heads had to roll! It became sheik to be educated. Art was on a more associated level. Europe was full of incredable churches with great art bulging out their doors. Renaissance merchants were beautiful and almost lifelike. Read the entire Wilson Quarterly article.
Hilarious! Reminds me of this family favorite.