The liberal arts form the foundation for the future

“It’s through language that we can begin to share our brokenness and articulate our feelings in a way that will make others feel less alone.”

Winner of the 2018 UW-Madison Letters and Science essay contest, English major Emily Klode talks about discovering uses of language in William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying that reveal the world as imperfect and incomplete– and not as we think it “should” be. You can read Emily’s award-winning essay here.

photo by Sarah Morton, Letters and Science Communications
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