Since the two papers I wrote for this English class- one being about Humanism (paper concerning our specialty) and another concerning place in which I metaphorically made a world out of my library and placed Jesus at the same table with Horus, Zeus, Mithra, etc- this one guy has been making comments like “It’s an opinionated paper”, “That should not be in your paper”, not to mention the comments I mentioned the other day. Why does he even know about my papers? We read each other’s papers in class as a workshop type deal, before handing them into the prof. At what point do I need to be concerned about this other student?
No, he’s not approached me outside of class yet, but he has made it quite clear he is a hardline theist who doesn’t like my papers. I don’t care if he likes my papers or not, but I’m concerned about his attitude in class. Hopefully it stays in class and I have no reason to be concerned.
I’m about to put the shorter paper on my site very soon. I don’t see any reason as to why he would react to that paper as he is unless he has a personal problem. Now the Humanist paper, I wasn’t too surprised to have one person who has a hang-up, but both papers? He’s weird and I’m just hoping he is no one to be concerned about and is just all mouth in class.
BTW, he’s in his early 20s at most, so he maybe just a young upstart who likes to give older people a hard time, except he’s focused on my papers with different tone in his voice compared to others, if you get the idea.