Feedback from my students

Feedback from my students at Yale & Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut, USA 

Fun, love, typos and all 🙂 These kids are hilarious, they just crack me up! 🙂 🙂 🙂  


This is an image, or metaphor, for all academic and financial frauds such as Leslie Brisman, just one of the many failures of affirmative action. 

Such individuals have no authority or academic merit, and the only way for them to keep stealing money in the university system is to intimidate younger people and to blackmail them to repeat their own ignorant mistakes and logical fallacies, which are based on nothing other than prejudice, personal “friendship” and political-religious ideology.

For your information, BLACKMAIL is an attempt to “force someone to do, or not to do, something by using threats or manipulating their feelings,” e.g. “Do as I say, or I’ll kill your career;” “Don’t tell the administration about our relationship, or your career is over.” 

Blackmail is similar to EXTORTION, which is the practice of obtaining something, such as sexual favors or free labor, by means of threats and intimidation. 

Blackmail and extortion are CRIMES.

They are very common in colleges and universities, where the tenure system is too often abused to protect criminals — many examples at Yale — and the usual targets are undergraduate and graduate students, staff with precarious or renewable contracts, as well as younger faculty. 

If you’re a target now, or have been a victim of such criminals in the past, SPEAK UP. 

All such criminals should be very careful breaking the law, predating on younger students and scholars whose career they were paid to foster and support. 

Their time is up. Decay is there with a bunch of its honest friends: ugliness, weakness, overweight, sexual dysfunctions, circulatory problems, heart failure, stroke, dementia, incurable cancers, etc. 

Now, voluntary – or rather, involuntary – retirement and death are just around the corner. And I’m not even sure they will ever rest in peace! 😉  

Their only legacy is CORRUPTION, IGNORANCE and WASTE,

and younger scholars are going to have fun forever ripping them apart! 😉 




From: Inferrera, Cali
Sent: Saturday, December 07, 2013 10:42 AM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Hi! Sorry I have been so busy studying and preparing for final. This was hands down one of my favorite classes that I have ever taken (minus the 8 am portion lol).

You taught me more than just literature which will help me much more throughout my life. I never really thought about how important it is to act a certain way during class. I never put myself in the professors’ shoes and thought about how my peers and I can affect the professor. You taught me to always be respectful to my professors and peers, to not talk while they are talking and not use my electronic devices like my microwave 🙂

Another thing that you have taught me if how to incorporate visuals into a presentation, how to write a good academic essay and how to use resources to understand what I am reading rather than just giving up. Not to mention you have taught me about all of the great books and authors that we have read.

Another thing that I value is your use of guest lectures. Guest lectures change it up a bit and keep the viewers attention. I think that this is a fabulous tool.

I am so grateful that you have been open for office hours whenever I need. I am a student who needs a lot of reassurance that I am on the right track so the one on one time with you gave me that. On top of your very generous office hours, you were very good with emailing me back quickly if I was having trouble.

I will do my best to watch the movie, I may be swamped all week but I will defiantly watch it when I’m home if I don’t have time here. Thank you so much for everything that you have done this semester, you found a way to make me not hate English! Thanks!!!



From: Fletcher, Theresa 
Sent: Thursday, December 12, 2013 1:28 AM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: feedback

Dear Professor,

I handed in my final to campus safety today to put in your office because the office building was locked. They said that they would put it in your mailbox. I am unable to hand it in because I have a final at 8:30 that goes to 10:30. If you do not receive it please let me know.

You are an amazing teacher. I have learned so much in this class and I have enjoyed it very much. I am a nursing major and you would think that I would not have any interest in this class. But after attending a few of your classes I loved it. You have helped me in so many different ways. For example I am now able to understand how to write an academic essay for college and I can use that skill for the rest of my college career and my life. Also I learned many life skills and how to show a presentation.  Thank you for everything you do and also, for helping me adjust to college and making my freshman year one I shall not forget.

Thank you,

Theresa Fletcher


From: Carroll-Cachimuel, Thalia
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 1:57 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: feedback

Dear Prof Viggiano,

I very much enjoyed taking this class. I appreciate how much time and effort you put into grading our essays, whenever I got an essay back I could see how much you care. There was so much detail and thought into my comments, and those comments helped me improve my overall writing!

I think that presentations were an amazing way for us to learn. It made us get out of comfort zone and practice our oral speaking and presentation skills (skills we will need to know in the future). I also think the method of presentations was also helpful because we didn’t have to cram so much into our brains in one short semester.

I told my mom this and I’m not sure if it will make sense but you’re the most “fair” teacher I’ve ever had. You understand the struggles of being a college student so you try to find the best possible way for us to learn but also teach us all of the material that we need to learn, and I sure learned it! It would be impossible for anyone to say that you are a teacher that doesn’t care about her students or class, just one look at that final and you can see how much effort you put into us learning.

You always emailed me back when I had questions and you were always available for office hours.

I also enjoyed when your husband came in to speak, sometimes it’s helpful to have a change of pace in the classroom and I really valued the opinions that your husband had. He made the point of how important it is to be professional. I never thought in our English class we would listen to Miley Cyrus but we did! 🙂

Hope you have a wonderful holiday and thank you for being such an amazing teacher!


P.S. When you played classical music it was very calming/soothing

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From: Lisi, Daniel
Sent: Friday, December 06, 2013 10:17 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Dear Prof Viggiano,

I am so happy to see that my hard work has paid off, and also happy to see that two other of my class mates have put in the time and effort as well. Overall I thoroughly enjoyed my time in your class environment. Your class lectures allowed me to understanding the main content of any text that was given and your use of guest speakers and other internet sources such as youtube allowed me to develop an even better understanding of our course curriculum. You were clear about what you wanted to see on our essays and tests, which allowed me to focus on making my work great, instead of worry about if I’m writing about the correct thing or not. There is simply not one thing I can say that i did not enjoy in your class. I am honored to be taught by someone with such a deep back group in school, and respect every though and idea that you brought up in class. I really appreciate all the help you provided me with when I sought your help as well.

All the best,

Daniel Lisi


From: Callari, Stephen
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 4:18 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Thank you! You are clearly a very educated woman who impressed me with your lectures. I’ve obtained a lot of new information and am very appreciative. You are a very good teacher so don’t change a thing and I promise that Gandhi will be watched in my household over the holiday. Happy Holidays! Sincerely,

Stephen Callari

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From: Danforth, Justin
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 9:05 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Professor Viggiano,

That is very exciting news! Thank you. I have learned a lot from your teaching this semester and really enjoyed going to class every day. An example of how you have helped me is first with oral presentations. I’ve learned that by slowing down and using the whole stage, it will help gain more attention from viewers. Secondly, your office hours were very helpful in being successful in this course – you made the information clear and gave insight into the papers. Lastly, I have become a stronger essay writer thanks to your classes and feedback on the academic essay structure, which has helped me succeed in other courses. The class was very exciting and taught me a lot, so thank you very much, Margherita!

Justin Danforth


From: Morea, Antoinette
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 4:02 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Hello Professor Viggiano,

It’s great to hear that my grade is around A. I’ve been working on my final everyday which much effort, so I hope I get a good grade.  I learned a lot this semester in your class. The things that stuck out to me is how helpful you were as a professor during office hours. When I met with you to discuss Hamlet, I learned and understood so much and you were very willing to help me to comprehend it which made feel good. Also, I really liked how detailed your comments were on our essays because the positive criticism helped me out a lot.

Antoinette Morea


From: Crosby, Amanda
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 3:59 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Pr. Viggiano

I very much enjoyed your class. I love the way you teach as well as the fact that you are an easy professor to both contact and talk to. I know personally I was ill many times this semester and you were understanding during every account. I like the way you have students do presentations to help learn more about the readings making it more interactive. I personally get nervous during presentations and I felt as though I helped myself by presenting. Thank you for the enjoyable experience

Thank You,

Amanda Crosby


From: Fanelli, Kara
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 6:30 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: RE: grade, congratulations

Hi Professor Viggiano,

You have been more than a great help to me this past semester and I thank you for that. You have helped me with my writing skills and making sure I develop a strong thesis. You take time to grade essays and put in hand written comments, when most teachers do not. You also taught me that class etiquette is key for having a successful career and I thank you for that. You not only made class enjoyable, but you related topics to everyday life, making it easier for us to understand. Thank you for an amazing semester and happy holidays!

Kara Fanelli


From: Andrade, Leah

Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 4:09 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Professor Viggiano,

Thank you very much for the congratulations. I know I wouldn’t have received that grade if I didn’t have such great assistance and explanations throughout the semester, so thank you!

As far as the class, I can definitely say it’s never easy having an 8 am. So, it’s hard to like a class that does take place so early on in the AM but I can definitely say I have no complaints. You made the class enjoyable by making sure it wasn’t a straight hour and 15 minutes of pure lecture.

There were often times guest speakers, movie clips (I definitely would suggest you continue with these, it’s always nice to have a visual break/ time where not too much thinking is needed)***, presentations, material always put on blackboard for our convenience and plenty of time to ask questions when needed.

And you always challenged our intellect with the on-the-spot questions about the material we had learned. What was even better was that you weren’t just an in-class professor. You were always available for any outside help we may have needed.

Thank you for a great semester and happy (almost!!!) holidays,

-Leah Andrade


From: Silver, Lauren
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 4:25 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita


I am about 3/4s done with my final!  I believe it is going pretty well.  I enjoyed the class very much, although sometimes I found it very difficult to focus because of the many distracted people that were in it.  I enjoyed the writing exercises that we participated (essays and quizzes), and I really enjoyed all the books that we read.

I thought you were very generous with all of your documents and PDF’s that you put on BlackBoard for us, and I thought they were very helpful.  I also thought that your comments on quizzes and essays were very helpful in furthering my skill in academic writing.

Also, I have not yet received any further information about the Honors Application, but when I do I will let you know.  Thank you so much for being willing to write a recommendation for me!

Lauren Silver


From: Gillen, Connor
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 4:40 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Dear Professor Viggiano,

I appreciate the update! I’m glad you were my professor, you made it very clear and easy to excel in English. I truly thought that you did an excellent job teaching our course. Some skills I have learned this semester are to go in serious depth when researching a topic. I grew a better analytical sense to my reading, and I credit you for it. The only problem for me with the class was the 8 AM time, because I’m like a zombie in the morning!

Thank you for a great semester!

Connor Gillen

P.s. My Final will be terrific I promise! I want the A!


From: Delaney, Caitlin
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 5:08 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Hello Professor Viggiano,

Thank you for the email! It’s nice to know where I stand in the class closing out the semester. Is there any way to perhaps get an A if I do really well on the final? I really liked how helpful you were in class and the lectures you have really made it easier to understand the information. I will absolutely take the time to watch Gandhi over the weekend. It’s been a pleasure being in your class!



From: Fitzpatrick, Matthew
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 6:14 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Dear Prof. Viggiano

I have learned many things this semester, one major benefit I had from this class is improving my writing skill. More specifically, I learned how to sustain an argument for a long writing assignment. This helped me recently because I had to complete and 8 page long Criminal Justice paper. I promise to watch the film Gandhi he was a very interesting person and I’m very eager to see what the movie is about.


Matt Fitzpatrick


From: Carpinello, Samantha
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 6:18 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Dear Prof. Viggiano

I did enjoy the class this semester because it allowed me to challenge myself by looking deeper into a passage and finding the true meaning behind it. Also, being able to put what I believe in a paper was important to me.  Something that was very helpful was when you put the study guide and guidelines on blackboard. It was very helpful when writing essays and studying for quizzes because instead of worrying about a million things I would have to write about I was able to relax and focus more on the key points and my thoughts.

Thank you for your class and great teaching,

Sam Carpinello


From: Meloni, Joseph
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 6:46 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Hey Professor,

Thank you for making this class a memorable one. I can honestly say I enjoyed it more than most of my other classes. I feel that taking your class has helped me become a better academic writer and critical reader. The challenging yet relevant materials that we have read this year were truly interesting. I think the thing that helped me most was the ability to meet with you during office hours. Most teachers do not make themselves openly available for office hours, so this was very helpful. Overall I enjoyed this class and I will definitely take time over break to watch Gandhi. Thank you for everything and hopefully you enjoy your winter break as well.

-Joe Meloni


From: Steck, Melissa
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 7:12 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Professor Viggiano,

Thank you very much for the time and effort that you have put forth towards our class.

Although sometimes I felt the lectures were difficult to understand at first, the study guides you provided definitely helped me gain a better understanding of the material. Throughout the semester, we not only explored different concepts in literature, but we also learned a lot about professionalism.

I greatly appreciate that you took the time to take things that went on in our classroom and apply them to similar situations in a work place. Overall, I enjoyed the class, and I feel that I am more prepared than others to enter a work environment. In addition, I liked when you e-mailed us summaries of each class; it really helped me stay on track. Thank you again for your diligence and dedication. It definitely did not go unnoticed!

Warm regards,


P.S. I will make sure to watch Gandhi over the holidays!


From: Pisano, Gina
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 11:08 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Hi professor Viggiano!

First thank you for everything you did this semester! The class really helped me prepare for future writing in college. I feel that your in-class explanations were very helpful because you explained in detail all the major themes or scenes of the plays or books we read, and that really helped me get a better understanding of each of the plays.

I also thought your blackboard responses were very helpful with the essay writings we had to do because they were great guidelines to help us trigger thoughts and get us on the correct path, not many professors do that, but it was definitely a major help with my essay writing and critical ideas.

I also felt that the presentations were a great way to help the class become more comfortable presenting in front of an audience, especially because I am not one who loves talking and presenting in front of people.  Again thanks for all the help this semester it is truly appreciated, and yes I will definitely try to see the Gandhi movie over Christmas break! Have a merry Christmas!


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From: Feistel, Alexa
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 8:00 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: Re: grade, congratulations

Thank u so much I’m gonna work so so hard on the final trust me 🙂 you have been an amazing teacher. Also I have been so busy with finals that I forgot to respond to the survey. I will do it as soon as I can 🙂

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From: Garcia, Megan
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 7:56 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Prof. Viggiano,

I’m proud to have such a high grade in your class! I will make sure to work hard on the final to try and enter the A range. I enjoyed this class because I not only learned important writing skills such as learning how to write the academic essay but also learned how to be an overall good student. I think it is important for every professor to reinforce how students should act in the classroom and in the workforce.

Another part of your class that helped me was your guest speaker. Professor Viggiano had a lot of good background on the books we were reading and knew a lot of history about it. It helped me know the topic more thoroughly.

I also noticed that going to your after-hours helped me a lot because we could focus more on what I personally was having trouble with and elaborate more on it. Thank you so much for teaching me this semester. I really did enjoy your humor incorporated in the lectures and I’m glad I was put in your class! I got a lot out of it that I will use throughout the rest of my college career.

Megan Garcia


From: Cafarella, Danielle
Sent: Friday, December 06, 2013 8:14 AM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Hello, thanks so much for letting me know!! I really enjoyed the class. You were very helpful with helping me succeed whether it had to do with always having open office hours, or the fact that you were so quick to respond back to me by email. I learned how to interoperate a passage in a whole new perspective. I used to be terrible at reading greek lit, and complex books, but this class really helped me pick out the importance of passages and express them.

Thanks again!

Danielle Cafarella


From: Manetta, Lindsey 
Sent: Friday, December 06, 2013 1:51 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Thank You so much for everything this semester. I have enjoyed your class so much! I have learned a lot of different skills that I have improved on, as the semester went on.

My writing has gotten so much better because of your amazing advice on papers. I feel like I have improved my writing more than ever before. So Thank You so much again for everything and for always being available to help me I really appreciate it.

Lindsey Manetta


From: Arce, Christina
Sent: Friday, December 06, 2013 2:20 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

This class was very interesting and helped me a lot with my essay writing skills. We read beautiful and classic novels that also improved my reading skills as well. Mrs. Viggiano helped me extremely throughout the class with any questions I had and thoroughly explained topics I didn’t understand. An example of this was when I didn’t understand a topic on The Odyssey so I went to office hours with Mrs. Viggiano and left with a complete comprehension of the subject. I enjoyed this class very much and got a lot out of it.

Christina Arce


From: Neutts, Gianna
Sent: Monday, December 09, 2013 1:09 AM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Hello professor!

Attached are my colloquiums. I also wanted to add that I really enjoyed having you as a professor this semester. You have helped me a lot and I completely agree with all of your teachings and your values on respect. Thanks for a great semester! Merry Christmas!

Thanks again!

Gianna Neutts


From: Pearce, Ayssa
Sent: Saturday, December 07, 2013 9:35 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Hi Professor Viggiano,

Sorry this is a few days late, I’ve been extremely busy studying and working on my final! I appreciate you keeping me updated on my grade before I hand in the final so I know where I am at. Most Professors don’t do this and this is one thing I like about you as a Professor.

I also like how you always explained everything in class and made the class interesting by linking the concepts we went over together. I also like that we learned not only about Literature but also History.

I also appreciate how nice and understanding you were when I was ill. You really helped me catch up on the curriculum when I got back especially with office hours and I really appreciate it. I really enjoyed the class and am going to miss it. Thank you for making it such an enjoyable semester. I hope to have you as a Professor again in the future! I will definitely watch the video over break. I hope you have a nice relaxing break and holiday!


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From: Hogan, Jessica
Sent: Monday, December 09, 2013 9:12 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Just wanted to say thanks for a great semester.  It was really nice getting to know you and learn about your course at SHU.  It has been a tough semester with my illnesses…  Thanks again for everything.

Jessica Hogan

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From: Caban, Neysha
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 7:35 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Hello, sorry for the late response, but I thought the class was great overall. You were a great help throughout the entire semester. I’ve actually learned a lot, and those things will definitely help me in the rest of my career. Although I never went to your office hours I knew you were always willing to help. Thank you, for the help you have provided the entire semester, I appreciate it. Have a Merry Christmas and a very happy New Year!

Neysha Caban

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From: Pisano, Gina
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 9:27 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

I thought that you giving us the guidelines for our essays and quizzes on Blackboard was very helpful. By you putting these guidelines up in your free time, it helped me form my thoughts better, and helped guide my writing and thoughts in my essays.

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From: Romero, Daniel
Sent: Monday, December 09, 2013 6:10 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Prof. Viggiano,

It’s been a pleasure being in your class during the fall semester. I have learned a lot of new ways to professionalize myself along with being a good student. The class was really interesting from all the books we have read along with understanding how to write an academic essay and how to present properly. Thank you!



From: Stadnik, Taylor

Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2013 2:53 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Professor Viggiano,

Sorry that I am only replying now, I’ve been very busy in the midst of finals as you can imagine. I’m so happy that my grade has improved and I am definitely working hard on my final to lock in that A-.

I have definitely enjoyed the class this semester. I was not always a very strong essay writer and I feel that I have improved in that aspect. I also learned a lot about professionalism that I had never been taught in any other class before. I actually learned a great deal about the bible that I had not known before, especially how it helped form the United States Declaration of Independence.

I felt as though the guest-lectures were very important in getting the background information of a time or place before reading a book, like the Odyssey. I also thought that the films, class presentations and in-class explanations were extremely helpful whenever I was lost in a book or with an idea.

Thank you so much for helping me improve this semester and I will definitely watch Ghandi during break!

Happy Holidays,

Taylor Stadnik


From: Cafarella, Danielle
Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2013 3:48 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Hi Professor! I just wanted to inform you that me, […] and […] have been working together on this final, sharing our ideas and thoughts. It’s been a lot of fun, and I just wanted to say thanks again for allowing this take home exam!!



From: Ceraso, Micaela
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 10:21 AM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: feedback

Prof. Viggiano

As a student in your class this semester, I learned a lot. We talked about professionalism a lot which will help me all thought out life. You made everything we learned very understandable, so when the test came around we knew exactly what was going to be on it! You also made yourself very accessible, if we ever needed help with anything outside of class, all we had to do was email you and you were willing to help! It was a great semester! Thanks for everything! Have a wonderful break!

Micaela Ceraso

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From: Caltabellotta, Daniella
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 10:24 AM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: feedback

Professor, sorry for the late response! I thought you were very helpful throughout the whole semester and you really cared about us students. I enjoyed the class. Your in class explanations were very helpful and even though I never came to office hours I always knew you were available. Thank you for a good class. I hope you have a merry Christmas!

Daniella Caltabellotta

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From: Maguire, Meghan
Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2013 7:42 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Dear Prof. Viggiano,

I’m so sorry I didn’t respond to you sooner, I’ve been so busy studying for finals and such. I just wanted to say thank you for emailing me about my grade and that I’ll be sure to put my best effort into my final. Also, I would say that watching films and having a guest lecture really helped me grow in your class. By having a visual sense of what we were reading really helped me get a better understanding of the book. Also, by having someone else explain the material (guest speaker) it gave me a better grasp on the topic and really helped me zero in on what was important. I hope this was able to help!




From: Murtha, Ryan
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 9:08 AM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: feedback

I’m sorry Professor, it has been a hectic week haha.  I feel that something I really took away from the class and your teaching style is how to be a much greater analytical thinker when it comes to books.  You’ve explained so well the significance of different symbols and themes throughout the books we’ve went over this year, and it has helped me look as these aspects in the same fashion.  This, however, could not have been accomplished without your in-class explanations or your husband guest lecturing for the Odyssey.  Thank you for teaching this class and have a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

Ryan Murtha

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From: Clancy, Alexandra
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 11:18 AM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: feedback

Hi professor! I looked forward to going to your class this semester and really learned a lot. Although, I get extremely nervous when I have to present, I’m glad I got the opportunity to do so and practice presenting in front of a class. Thank you for everything this semester and teaching me to be a better writer, reader and presenter.

Have a great winter break!

Alexandra Clancy


From: Roberts, Kelly
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 11:12 AM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: feedback

I really appreciate all of the extra work you put into the class. Also how passionate you are about the work. These things really helped me during the class.


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From: Burke, Samantha
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 11:55 AM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: feedback

I really enjoyed this class, I liked how the class was set up to just the important passages in the novels. I also liked how we would watch clips of the movies to help better understand the concepts of these pieces of literature.



From: Petithomme, Schmide
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 5:56 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: feedback

Dear Prof. Viggiano,

I’d like to start off by saying that this class was a different experience for me. We touched based on different topics that I never took the time to ponder on. I am glad that I was open to such subjects. It was also a very productive class in the sense that we were able to convey our opinions. This also allowed the class and yourself to contribute to the academic atmosphere ultimately benefiting and I appreciate that a lot. Thank you for the time and effort you spent with us! Have a great holiday!


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From: Sutherland, Curtis
Sent: Thursday, December 12, 2013 3:04 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

The office hours helped, also watching the films on the books we read and you would stop it to make sure everything was clear. Unfortunately, I thought I had more time than I did and during finals week I was ill making it difficult to complete the final. I do promise to watch the movie Gandhi with my family over break. It looks like a great movie and I think we’ll enjoy it.

Happy Holidays!



From: Buccheri, Heather
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 3:32 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: feedback

Being in your class was very enjoyable and I learned a lot of new information that I never learned before and one way that you helped me out was email responses when I need to ask you a question you would get back to very quickly and be very helpful and understandable
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From: Dimick, Megan
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 12:11 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: feedback

Feedback – You were a very helpful teacher and I felt you were always there to answer my questions when I had them. – I feel like you taught us very well for I always felt that I was prepared for all the quizzes and new all the material. – I like how you brought the movies in to help explain books, it helped me to learn them a lot better.

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From: Delucie. Christopher
Sent: Thursday, December 12, 2013 5:48 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: Feedback

Professor Viggiano

Good evening.  I thought that the class was a good learning experience. You taught me that much of literature and some formal documents were based off of ideas from the Bible. I never knew this and it actually helped me prove some points in my essays over the course of the semester. Also, it helped a lot giving review sheets that were made for essays.  It made it easier to get my ideas flowing. Thank you for a good semester,

Chris DeLucie


From: Carman, Delanie
Sent: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 4:18 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: feedback

Prof Viggiano–

Thank you for all of your hard work in this class.  I wanted to thank you for all of the offices hours you made available, I think I was able to truly benefit getting a little extra time to understand things.  This class was able to teach me how to be better prepared for presentations, and knowing the correct format for a paper.  The guest speaker was also a nice way to help explain an idea further.   I also wanted to thank you for making everything available on Blackboard, it was nice to have these PDFs help us on reports and the test.

Thank you!

Delanie Carman


From: Crepeault, William 
Sent: Sunday, December 15, 2013 2:41 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

The class was a lot of fun and you are a lot of help when it comes to writing papers. Just the right amount of work not to much not too little. And you really know everything you teach which no matter what subject is beyond fantastic. You kept the class interesting with class discussion and movies on the books which where a huge help for me someone who really doesn’t enjoy reading too much, its harder for me to read and picture something its easier for me to read the book then watch the movie and vice versa, helps so much! Only thing I felt was difficult was the final but I understand it has to be being its the final! All in all, it was a great class and really enjoyed being one of your students! I just saw your email prior my email account doesn’t work well and stuff comes in really late. Thank you!

Enjoy your holiday!


From: Guinto, Francis
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2013 3:18 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita

Prof. Viggiano,

Thank you so much. I’m so happy, It has been a good semester and I am so happy I was fortunate enough to have you as a teacher. As a student, it was always somewhat difficult to understand the teaching styles of many of the teachers I’ve had. I have often struggled in school because of this. However, you Professor Viggiano, have taught me so much and helped me grow as a student.

In the past few months you and our class have helped me learn so much about so many different works of literature, different authors, and the difference their time period has had on them. This semester your class has showed me that books, movies, stories, etc. should always be looked at in the context of the time they were written and that they often reflect the author on a deeper level than just their upbringing. You are a great teacher Prof. Viggiano, don’t let other miscellaneous make you think otherwise.

Francis Guinto


From: Galvin, Brittany 
Sent: Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at 5:25 PM
To: Viggiano, Prof. Margherita
Subject: Literary Expressions of the Human Journey

Margherita Maleti Viggiano,

Thank you so much for the very sympathetic and informative e-mail! I am so grateful to have such an inviting and understanding professor like you! I really enjoy the works of literature that we are reading in class, and I am looking forward to learning more in your class.

You are an excellent teacher, and have amazing characteristics about you and your teaching! I like that you are engaged and interested in the material which enables you to become very enthusiastic about the information. This is extremely helpful to me and I believe the majority of students who are attending your class and listening, because it helps them gain a willingness to learn and understand the material.

I will continue to try and participate and stay on top of my work! Also, for the next class on Friday, I will read and analyze Odysseus’ son, Telemachus’ speech which he performs to his fellow villagers, found in Book two of the Odyssey, by Homer, and be prepared to my interpretation of passage. Thank you again, and I am looking forward to our next class on Friday!


Brittany Galvin





Why don’t you hack this academic satire up your old ass, Saussy?   

My private room in the Hall of Graduate Studies, Yale University.  

Rest in Peace: no one is above the Satirical Law. Why don’t you get a culture and learn something about the tradition of European satire? From the classics to modernism, from Juvenal to James Joyce.

The average person out there is not aware of the fact that universities are full of thieves. Therefore my satire denounces their academic and financial fraud, i.e. the one they’re pulling off at the expenses of students and their paying families in departments such as English, Italian, Spanish, foreign languages, comparative literature, etc.

These thieves have the full support of university administrators, a bunch of ignorant and useless parasites whose inflated salaries only bring up tuition fees, since they are paid to create problems instead of solving them. 

This academic and financial fraud takes place at the expenses of everyone else: real scholars in any field of scholarship, graduate and undergraduate students who waste their precious time, and hard-working families who pay good money for nothing. 


My 3 websites have a new, bigger and better provider, and are currently under construction with new editing and image selection. 

All images are from the public domain.

It takes some time to edit 40+ satires x 3 = 120+ between posts and pages, but it’s worth every fucking penny.

Every day my satirical sites are read in many different countries in the world.

Protect yourself against the reverse-SEO scam, i.e. reversed “search engine optimization.” Hackers do reverse-SEO and today everyone can easily become a target if they are professionals, if they have a business with a lot of competitors, if they’re fashionable or in the public eye for a reason or other, etc.

The fact that I have many views from around the world is interesting, because I don’t sell anything and this is not a commercial gossip site, but only smart academic satire based on factual truth. 

Perhaps people understand that they should be concerned about their money?


Rest in Peace: I write much better than 99% of native English speakers, let alone all the parasites who get into these useless departments with a thick regional accent and only a couple of sentences of basic English. 

stupid americans don't know their own laguage let alone others

This instead is an example of American Idiots who don’t even know their own language, let alone foreign languages.

And many dumbasses at Yale don’t even know where the mistake is.

The American philosopher Allan Bloom was the first to criticize the academic and financial fraud of comparative literature, cf. The Closing of the American Mind, 1987.

“Comparative literature.. tended to generate systems of comparison that dominated the literary works, tributes to the ingenuity of their founders rather than openings through which the works could reveal themselves freed from arbitrary constraints. Comparative literature has now fallen largely into the hands of a group of professors who are influenced by the post-Sartrean generation of Parisian Heideggerians, in particular Derrida, Foucault and Barthes.

The school is called Deconstructionism, and it is the last, predictable stage in the suppression of reason and the denial of the possibility of truth in the name of philosophy. The interpreter’s creative activity is more important than the text; there is no text, only interpretation. Thus the one thing most necessary for us, the knowledge of what these texts have to tell us, is turned over to the subjective, creative selves of these interpreters, who say that there is no text and no reality to which the texts refer.

A cheapened interpretation of Nietzsche liberates us from the objective imperatives of the texts that might have liberated us from our increasingly low and narrow horizon. Everything has tended to soften the demands made on us by tradition; this simply dissolves it. This fad will pass, as it has already in Paris. But it appeals to our worst instincts and shows where our temptations lie.” (379)  

Derrida came from philosophy and wrote about literature because he was unprepared and didn’t have a solid foundation in his field.  

But now plagiarists such as Katie Trumpener and Sam See, Haun Saussy and Olga Solovieva, Victor Fan, McCrea, Devecka, Pericles Lewis, Moira Fradinger, David Quint, Giuseppe Mazzotta and Carol Chiodo, etc., try to do the opposite: coming from literature – and often modern or pre-modern literature – they talk nonsense about philosophy, and indeed anything else: The “Body of Christ,” comparative theology and metaphysics, history, historiography, international politics, globalization, ecology, WWII, Irish Studies, gender studies, feminism, different types of sex reassignment surgery, German in English translation, the Greek and Latin classics in English translation, etc.

All these thieves sneaked into academia through the large door of comparative literature, and now they’re stealing YOUR money pontificating about anything else. That’s money wasted.

These are the “humanities” at Yale,  esp. English, comparative literature and foreign languages. 


pigs heads

old pigs asses english department yale

The proliferation of H.I.V.


H.I.V. rash in its early stages.

Find a job with that.  


Pedophilia – NAMBLA at a gay parade.

Hey, freedom for all, right?

And what’s this shit?

Sex reassignment surgery or Frankenstein?

This pic is copyright of BSIP/UIG via Getty Images — free in the public domain, for pay if needed for a printed publication.

Henry Gabrielle Hospital in Lyon, France, department of urology. Post-operative nursing care of transsexual man after sex reassignment surgery, i.e. phalloplasty, which happens after the removal of the breasts.  

No one can create living organs, so the skin has to be removed from the non-dominant thigh and forearm.

Check out for yourself all the Google Images related to sex reassignment surgery, both male-to-female and female-to-male, as in this case.  

Sex reassignment surgery is often included in a student’s insurance package at many unspecified colleges and universities in the United States.

Then you’ll need life-long counselling and hormone therapy, with unpredictable side-effects, because anything else may be a pathology, but this is…  

how you really feel about yourself,”

“your true gender and identity,”

“your true self that emerges from your subconscious,”

“the discovery of who you really are,”

and therefore “perfectly natural” and “normal.”

This shit may be “free” as long as you’re a gullible student, but when school is over, next semester, you’ll start paying for it all by yourself. 

For your entire life you’ll have to finance this thing with your lousy job if and only if you can find one with health-care and pension. 

And not just any health-care, but one that offers this very exotic, very “comprehensive” type of coverage.

Until recently, the DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) listed different types of sexual inversion as forms of mental illness.

They were removed without much publicity for political reasons that have nothing to do with science and peer-reviewed scientific research.  

But Bill Clinton was not elected president – and Hillary Clinton was not elected senator – with that political program. Quite to the contrary, they had to show support for the institution of marriage, i.e. between 1 man and 1 woman, as one of the “foundational institutions of history, and humanity and civilization.”

Transcript from the first video of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, Democrat-New York, U.S. Senate, 2004:

“I believe that marriage is not just a bond, but a sacred bond between a man and a woman…


So I take umbrage at anyone who might suggest that those of us who worry about amending the Constitution are less committed to the sanctity of marriage, or to the fundamental bedrock [sic] principle that exists between a man and a woman going back into the midst of history [sic]…

…as one of the founding, foundational institutions of history, and humanity and civilization.”

What a great speaker.

Transcript from the second video of Sen. Clinton interviewed by Chris Matthews during a college tour at Albany, where she claims she’s against gay marriage in New York, and explains her reasons to support the war in Iraq.  

“Do you think New York State should recognize gay marriage?”


Nothing has changed: now as in the Middle Ages, the ignorance of fake priests is embarrassing. 

My satire also denounces all the fake priests in New Haven who supported Clinton’s policy of abortion in general, and abortion by dismemberment in particular, from the fourth until the very last month of pregnancy. Scumbags and thieves! They want a share of her old, rotten pie while a the same time stealing a salary from Rome.


They should be not only excommunicated, but also obliged by law to give back all the money stolen over the years.

Guadalupe Clinton

“Oh my, my – you’re like a Marian apparition from Heaven!”

“And this is where you had a number of abortions when you were young, in the Middle Ages. ”

The worst of them all is Allen, with a mask of arrogant self-righteousness pasted on his ass face, and lots of stolen money in his pockets. Instead of trying to fix at least some of the problems he created over the years on Hillhouse, in New Haven, he slanders people who have nothing to do with his mess. He’d like to see them on the street as an “act of mercy” and a “good deed” for the Blessed Virgin Mary. Hypocrite, give back all the money we gave you for nothing. That’s your god, and you’re the complete opposite of a Christian. 

“You shall not lie with a male as one lies with a female; it is an abomination.” Leviticus 18:22

fake priests anal 1

Henritzy doesn’t come out for fear of going to jail for all the years he’s been stealing money. 

Hypocrite, find a different job, this one is not for you.

Anybody can see that Walker gets fucked in the shit – you don’t need a crystal ball for that. 

He should be fined for all the money he’s been stealing.

Don’t slander other people, you bitch.

Transgendered prostitutes work on the street in the neighborhood of Nova Prisa in San Pedro Sula, Honduras on November 13, 2013. CREDIT: Alicia Vera for The Wall Street Journal LGBTASYLUM

Camacho’s life in Peru with bitches and hobos. 

Fucking pig.

Camacho has dementia, but they still let him rant on and on from the altar about his crazy mother, and how she used to suck puss from his toes.

Not anywhere near the altar — he should be parked in an institution.

Confess your rotten soul to a real priest before you fucking die.  

fake priests tonys old bitch

Kuzia has been carrying on an affair with an old cunt who pretends to be a deacon, of all possible things. They’re fucking thieves and it’s a fucking disgrace — they should be kicked out of the church on State St. So they would have to beg to buy their booze, instead of stealing the church money like Roman before them. 

Individuals like Camacho or Kuzia are ignorant and rotten to the core.

They don’t even have a college degree, and yet they talk nonsense about ideas and situations they completely ignore. 

“Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to speak and to remove all doubt.”  


Miss Kathryn Lofton likes to slander people she has never even met, because she’s a good Christian in the Grace of God, yeah right. 

 “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.” Exod. 20:16

 “You shall not bear a false report; do not join your hand with a wicked man to be a malicious witness.” Exod. 23:1

“You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.” Deut. 5:20

“The judges shall investigate thoroughly, and if the witness is a false witness and he has accused his brother falsely, then you shall do to him just as he had intended to do to his brother.” Deut. 19:18-19

And here’s something else she likes to do: “For this reason God gave them up to passions of dishonor; for even their females exchanged the natural use for that which is contrary to nature, and likewise also the males, having left the natural use of the female, were inflamed by their lust for one another, males with males, committing what is shameful, and receiving in themselves the recompense which was fitting for their error.” Rom. 1:26-27

Passions of dishonor… contrary to nature… inflamed by their lust… shameful… receiving in themselves the recompense fitting for their error. 

And this cunt wants to be a theologian? 

You can’t change the text to make it say what’s convenient for your old ass.

That bitch is a fucking thief.  

Don’t get mad, Lofton, “education will always be somewhat upsetting if it’s doing any kind of meaningful work,” right?  

Hey Peter, when you’re done in toilet, why don’t you become a theologian?

Money for nothing and.. whatever you like for free.

A Protestant with deep-seated prejudices against Catholicism cannot read a dissertation on Shakespeare writing in favor of Catholic tradition and against the Protestant schism. It’s a contradiction in terms.

This is how much Hawkins really knows about Dante.

Do tell your parents, guys, so he’ll have to find a different way of stealing money.

It really does.

Peter Hawkins’ Anal Theology 101 will expand your mind

to new ways of meditating on the greatness of the Lord,

as well as our own littleness.

If/when Mr. Hawkins gets to meet the Pope in Rome, he’ll also buy a bicycle pump to fix a couple of issues in his netherlands…

Hawkins thinks that Moses and St Paul were homophobes: 

“You shall not lie with a male as one lies with a female; it is an abomination.” Lev. 18:22

“For this reason God gave them up to passions of dishonor; for even their females exchanged the natural use for that which is contrary to nature, and likewise also the males, having left the natural use of the female, were inflamed by their lust for one another, males with males, committing what is shameful, and receiving in themselves the recompense which was fitting for their error.” Rom. 1:26-27

Are we sure that Christian theology is a good fit for Hawkins?

Shouldn’t he be in a different field, perhaps?

But the guy’s planning to persuade the Pope about the sanctity of anal sex and H.I.V., 

God’s and nature’s blessing.

It will look great on your CV.

If you dare.

There’s a long line for Communion… 

Perhaps because men cannot be saved without suffering.


With such precedents, the next priest should be Nicki Minaj – couldn’t do a worse job than that.   

Bitches ain’t shit and they can’t say nothin’
A hundred mothafuckas can’t tell me nothin’
Are beez in the trap, be-beez in the trap.
Are beez in the trap, be-beez in the trap.

Damn, damn what they saying ’bout me?
I don’t know man, fuck is on your biscuit.
I don’t know man, I’m shittin’ on your whole life.


So, if you’re not a fake priest or a parasite in the humanities, don’t even waste your time taking offence at my wit, because this First Amendment App is not for you. Go to China where there are NO civil rights, and NO ONE will miss a perfect ass hole like yourself.

haun saussy big ass hole 7

If you are prejudiced against Catholics in general, or against women in general, or against me personally, it’s because you are ignorant and envious, and you have a chip on your shoulder. Look, no one gives a fuck about you. Eat shit.  


 As far as I’m concerned, I don’t give a FUCK about pathetic liars and hypocrites who commit all sort of sins every day,

and then slander and point the finger at other people who have nothing to do with the failure of their wasted lives.    


And this is how much I care.



Grad students today, adjuncts tomorrow.

One of Giuseppe Mazzotta’s grad students. 

Hey, since there are no tenure tracks, they have to make do with anything they can get… 

So many of these idiots pretend to get along, when in fact they slander and backstab one another all the time. They’d do anything – legal or illegal – for something that doesn’t even exist. That’s fucking pathetic.

Vi hanno inculato, carissimi!


They fucked you in the ass, you dumb-asses.  


Funnel or tundish?

The English Mansion.


The comparative literature department and Mazzotta (with pimp hat). 


Who’s going to be able to get a mortgage for this?

Not to mention sending your kids to good primary schools for $40,000/year, and to good colleges for $70,000/year.

Not to mention investing for your pension – since you’re going to get old, if you’re lucky.  

And now, my dear friends, if you’re wondering, “Who are the ones responsible for this financial fraud that’s going to ruin my future?”  

Some of them are already known: Katie Trumpener and Sam See, Haun Saussy and Olga Solovieva, Victor Fan, McCrea, Devecka, Pericles Lewis, Moira Fradinger, David Quint, Giuseppe Mazzotta and Carol Chiodo, etc.

Let’s have a look at Haun Saussy in particular: his conspiracy-theorist father, Tupper Saussy; his grad student in comp. lit., Olga Solvieva; his angry ex-wife, Yu-Lin Wang; and his half-brothers, Pierre-Philippe and Laurent, masters of the culinary arts.

In order to get a state pension with the services, Haun Saussy was counting on his uncertified translation skills. For this purpose he married a Chinese citizen, Miss Yu-Lin Wang, who — after ten years of acrimonious quarrels, one kid, two-hundred cheats and one expensive divorce — was entitled to the VERY SAME pension he was trying so hard to get.

What a fucking loser.

Comparative hairdos: Yu-Lin Wang from China vs. traditional samurais from Japan.  

Fuck your broken ass, Saussy, you son of a bitch.

Saussy is white trash from redneck Tennessee and his ex-wife, Yu-Lin Wang, ripped him apart.

But it was his grad student and advisee, Olga Solovieva, who made him lose face, job and money.

She gave him the proverbial coup de grâce with an unpublishable comp.lit. dissertation

on a topic about which Saussy knows just about ZERO:

the “Body of Christ,” which is the Catholic Church. 


“The fact of the matter is that [that horrible, embarrassing picture] was posted to a public webpage. The manner by which we obtained it — simply by copying what was published to said public space — was entirely within the bounds of the law. That being the case, we will not be removing or retracting any part of our story at this time.” 

Rather than calling people who don’t give a fuck about you,

why don’t you retire Miss Stupidieva from the tenure application,

so perhaps she can keep the faith alive?

 enso symbol zen emptiness comparative literature academic fraud 2 
Saussy’s broken ass is like “Zen emptiness,”
“without subject or methodology,” cf. American Comp. Lit. Association Report on the state of the discipline, 2005. 
haun saussy big ass hole 7
White-trash from redneck Tennessee.

Saussy wants to take revenge on his exes for his divorce and financial debacle, even though — as Miss Wang’s ex-husband — he’s the only one responsible for it.

He also uses state money and resources to take his little vendettas and do his private “business,” i.e. hacking, forging emails and documents, stealing, re-editing, insider-trading, etc. 

He’s not a scholar but got into academia thanks to the services, and he tries to keep his cover by eating the shit of people like Jane Levin.  

Cheers to your broken ass, idiot! 


Austin Powers?

No, he’s a dumb fuck —  and his ex-wife agrees with me.

What is he hoping to achieve by hacking, slandering and online-stalking? 


My copyrighted books, all my essays, and all my satires are saved in multiple copies,

both electronically and in print.

It’s criminals and parasites like Saussy 

who support other criminals and parasites in academia, e.g. Sam See.  


 Sam See, the meth addict and HIV-positive bitch 

who killed himself in jail with an overdose of his favorite drug,

the night when he was arrested for “domestic violence and threats to the police.”

And even with The New York Times denouncing that colossal fraud, how many commercial gossip sites 

said the truth about Sam See, his shameful death and even more shameful life?

The New York Times article of December 18, 2013:

For the record-breaking academic and financial fraud of Sam See we must thank P. Schirmständer, who gets paid as a “dean” to oversee “departments and programs in the humanities and social sciences.” 


Italian grad students and scholars are Catholic suicide bombers like Madonna, who’d like to blow up the White House. In such ignorant, racist and redneck environment, Italians are slandered and discriminated against all the time; so it’s perfectly OK for corrupt administrators to steal our fellowships as soon as we file grievances to complain about their administrative crimes, cf. Ginsberg, Benjamin. The Fall of Faculty. The Rise of the All-Administrative University and Why It Matters. Oxford University Press, 2011.

Such academic corruption is all over the place, and my satirical sites mean to WARN STUDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES against it, as it is stated and described at the beginning of this Anti-virus Anti-hacker

If anyone complains with the university about middle-management administrators and their crimes, they will retaliate against him and he may risk his money, his career and future life. On the other hand, a junkie, a whore, a piece of trash and a criminal like Sam See — who has hallucinations and a “small” stroke; who is a drug addict and sells his ass to pay for rent and bills; who wants to “kill and destroy” the cops arresting him and taking him to jail — MAY WELL HAVE A CHANCE to get tenure at Yale, and he seems JUST PERFECT to teach undergraduates. And graduates too — in fact, he even married one, Mr. Sunder Ganglani. 

Does he have HIV now?


Students and their families should beware of the arrogance and stupidity of simple employees who, immediately before the 2008 real estate bubble burst, start a mortgage for a wood house even more expensive than that of the university president. Six bedrooms and seven bathrooms??? Is that perhaps an Air BnB on the waterfront? Taxes, anyone? 

Public record at the local town hall: now the market price has plummeted and doesn’t look like it’s going to recover, but the mortgage is still valid.   

What is an underwater mortgage

“A home-purchase loan with a higher balance than the free market value of the home. This situation prevents the homeowner from selling the home unless s/he has cash to pay the loss out of pocket. It also prevents the homeowner from refinancing, in most cases. Thus, if the homeowner wants to sell the home because s/he can’t afford the mortgage payments anymore – perhaps because of a job loss – the home will fall into foreclosure, unless the borrower is able to renegotiate the loan.”


Employees who are  drowning in debt and constantly on the verge of foreclosure would do anything to avoid it and keep their job, legally or illegally. Such individuals should never be hired for jobs that allow them to have a negative impact on the lives of many people. 

If a white-trash junkie like Sam See had survived HIV and meth addiction long enough,

they would have given him tenure just for fear of losing face. 

Very professional.

Tyler Carlisle, B.A., an ideal citizen.  

How many commercial gossip sites slandered Tyler Carlisle, B.A., when he stabbed a “friend” who was staying with him overnight, and then killed himself by jumping out of the Taft building, in downtown New Haven? 

No one realized that Carlisle was mentally ill because everyone was busy slandering a woman for rejecting a sexist dirty word blurted out in class by an ignorant wack who does street graffiti.

And this nonsense happens at Yale while Hillary Clinton is in politics blabbering about feminism!


The corruption and hypocrisy of these motherfuckers is unbelievable and completely off the charts.

Too many acids, too much vodka, and the social intelligence of a 3-year-old doing potty training.    

Why don’t you get some counselling?  



Devecka looks like he has a couple of problems.. 

Devecka went into classics through comparative literature and was supposed to “reinvent the humanities” in 3 or 4 years of post-doc with his brilliant insights on beavers…

Well, have you noticed any difference?

No difference at all, but he got a few years of free rent, booze and pot.

All money down the drain.  


Plagiarists claim to have “accidentally” lost all their written work, which was never done in the first place, in order to get even MORE years of fellowship at YOUR expenses. To finish a presentation or a chapter that will never be published, they use material from “anonymous” sources, like the copyrighted dissertations of other scholars. They would do anything to take time and postpone the job search, because in the humanities there are very few decent jobs, and even fewer tenure tracks. David Blight in history knows something about this academic and financial fraud, because he’s one of those who created it in the first place.  

David Blight’s grad students in history become adjuncts.

How do you call someone who gets paid to lie?

A whore.

Life is ironic, isn’t it?

Another example of academic fraud: Ray Lurie.

People at the Yale grad school are also famous for their fashion sense… by the way, nice sweater and coordinated hair dye! 

Ray Lurie has been trying to finish his worthless and by now obsolete dissertation for 32 years now.

The department in which he first enrolled, Renaissance Studies, doesn’t even exist anymore, since it was merged with comparative literature.

Lurie was David Quint’s and Giuseppe Mazzotta’s student, and the ass. dean described above took responsibility for his record-breaking academic fraud by signing his teaching-assignment letters for approximately 17 different departments. Even admitting that one was the field in which he was enrolled, that’s 16 different fields of scholarship about which Lurie knows more or less ZERO.  


Lurie’s most recent degree is a literature masters dating 1985. But now, without any academic qualification in the field, he’s been hired as an adjunct for $3,300/class to teach history to undergrads in an unnamed Catholic university in Connecticut. That’s a record-breaking academic and financial fraud for all the students concerned as well as their families, who are paying good money for nothing.

Without ever being a scholar, Lurie wasted 35 years in grad school and for all that time he didn’t pay anything into social security. So now, at 60, he doesn’t even have a pension.

What a dumbass!


Haun Saussy, a drunkard and a junkie — white trash from redneck Tennessee.

Johnny Cash from Tennessee, Cocaine Blues

Got up next mornin’ and I grabbed that gun.
Took a shot of cocaine and away I run.
Made a good run but I ran too slow –
They overtook me down in Juarez, Mexico.


Saussy’s extreme rectal prolapse.

 Haun Saussy extreme prolapse

Impressive, isn’t it?

Saussy likes to play around with Photoshop, email-hacking, email-editing, insider-trading, etc.

Kurt wouldn’t believe his own eyes LOL

“He’s pretty tied up/ Hangin’ upside down/

He’s pretty tied up/ And you can ride him/

He’s pretty tied up/ Hangin’ upside down…”

Guns n Roses, Pretty Tied Up


With a little bit of post-colonialism, Saussy is now trying to downplay his background from






Mmmh… too little, too late.


Saussy throws around crap from his fucking wasted life.

That’s his legacy from redneck Tennessee:

tupper saussy tennessee waltz

Tennessee Waltz: The Making of a Political Prisoner is just one of the many conspiracies coughed up by Haun Saussy’s crazy father, Tupper Saussy. More specifically, it’s a KKK attempt to exculpate the white-trash criminal who killed Martin Luther King, black leader of the Civil Rights movement. Tupper’s other conspiracies are: Rulers of Evil, about U.S. politics being secretly directed by Catholic Jesuits; and Miracle on Main Street, on how to evade the American tax system. The people down in Nashville, Tennessee, who followed Tupper’s advice were also sentenced for tax evasion and had their career ruined by a complete fool.     

What a misunderstood genius!

tupper-saussy white trash kkk redneck tennessee

In an article published on to “commemorate” the death of Tupper Saussy in 2007, we read that he was convicted for tax evasion in 1985, but instead of doing time, he evaded arrest, ran from the police and lived like a fugitive until 1997:  

“On April 10, 1987, Saussy turned up at a side door of the federal prison in Georgia where he was supposed to begin serving a one-year sentence. He had himself videotaped making a defiant statement about his case, which was sent to a Nashville television station, and then he disappeared. For the next decade, Saussy lived on the run… Finally, in November 1997, federal agents caught up with Saussy.”  

He was “captured [sic] without incident in California” and spent 2 years in jail before dying like a dog.

But one of the many embarrassing things this “eulogy” does not say is that, for all the years he was a fugitive, Tupper Saussy lived like a bum, eating at soup kitchens around the country and occasionally washing at public libraries.

What a legacy — what a memorable life — what an excellent family — what an excellent DNA!

As they say, you shouldn’t throw stones if you live in a glass house…

tupper saussy rulers of evil

Quoting from the same source: While his case was on appeal, Saussy became attracted to a conspiracy theory about the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968. He got to know James Earl Ray, who had been jailed for the murder, and ghosted Ray’s autobiography, Tennessee Waltz, which asserted Ray’s innocence.”


That lunatic tried to exonerate the guy who killed MARTIN LUTHER KING!


From the same article: “In his later years, Saussy was no less committed to the ideas that landed him in prison” and he thought that “the whole 9/11 attack on America was masterminded and overseen by Dick Cheney.”


His bastard son Haun Saussy still makes a couple of bucks selling that crazy crap on Amazon. 

How the fuck did Haun Saussy get into the Ivy League??? 


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What an epic fist-fuck!

Saussy’s ex-wife, Yu-Lin Wang, divorced him, kicked him out and took the money. 

Why staying married to a pig, after all?

You Lin Wang 2

Giving her husband a taste of his own medicine, Miss Wang hired a P.I. to check all his email accounts and cell phones. 

And after collecting the evidence she needed, she brought him to court and took alimony + maintenance for the next 20 years, half of all the movable and immovable assets, and of course… the state pension Saussy was trying so hard to get with his lousy, atrocious, uncertified translations.

And because his 200+ cheats involved a grad student in comparative literature, Olga Solovieva, whose crappy dissertation he supervised in 2004-06, Miss Wang also got a deal with the university to make her job permanent, i.e. the one she got through Saussy himself. 

To top it all off, the admins opted to keep Miss Wang at Yale, while Saussy was kindly invited to relocate… 

What a loser!

you Lin Wang quite mad at her ex husband

“Where were you last night, you fucking ass hole?”

you lin wangs mom yelling

“Divorce that pig!”

Yu-Lin’s mom helped her out with lots of good advice…


Let’s say that Yu-Lin taught him a couple of lessons in marital fidelity.  

fuck off old fashioned black white

That’s worth every penny.

Saussy is so distressed by the shame of his divorce and academic/financial debacle that he’s considering going back to his first love, Big Bette, in redneck Tennessee. This is the American high culture, guys, so you should take notes: “when you’re looking at Saussy, you’re looking at trashy.”

There’s no reason whatsoever for Saussy to be in academia, but he lights up a candle and says a novena to the sagging Boobs of the Blessed Virgin Jane Levin – and that’s how he keeps his fraud going.



“When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose.”



And on top of that, someone who has never published any damn thing.

Jane Levin has been stealing money for years at the Whitney Humanities Center with an unpublishable, autobiographical dissertation on the “Marriages in Jane Austen.” And now she blabbers about Homer and “universal objectivity” after Foucault & Derrida, thus showing that she got a position only thanks to her husband and the decadent, corrupt establishment of the Clintons.

Feminism my ass – the condition of women workers in the United States is miserable.

Put that on MTV so they learn it in Europe too, without wasting their time and money here.


Saussy cleans up Jane Levin’s Google with a little bit of reverse-SEO, because he graduated by means of plagiarism in a field “without subject or methodology,” cf. ACLA (edited) report on the state of the discipline, 2005.

And therefore he has to give back to that same community of thieves. 

 Jane Levin wants to divert attention from the fact that Giuseppe Mazzotta supervises the academic work of his “dear friends.”  

Mazzotta is now 75, born in January 1942.

Mazzotta is a fucking pervert and shouldn’t even be around students. 

Yo, pig — all your slander and your pathetic lies show just how desperate you are.

You were 65 when I fucked you.

I couldn’t care less because many good-looking women throw pearls to swine.

And, by the way, this is Swine Deconstruction.


Even Angelina Jolie had the very bad idea of dating Billy Bob, at one point.  

For all slanderers who fabricate conspiracy theories about the life of others,

these are just a few of the decrepit people who graduate in the humanities every year:

Anna Iacovella’s great academic accomplishments: B.A. at St. Orsola, Naples;  

Ph.D. in “education” at Southern CT when she was in her forties!


This old stupid cunt goes around slandering me with her cheap, pathetic lies

because everybody knows that what she has to offer Yale are boiled potatoes.

Discard SSLMIT, Berkeley and Yale,

and let St. Orsola and Southern CT steal other people’s money, right?

Mais congratulations for the “sound judgment” and the negative selection.


this is how good things are undone at Yale, so it’s not difficult to find a better university.

Unholy shit!

Carol Chiodo didn’t even have a B.A. when she applied at Yale.        

She got a B.A. at Fairfield University in 2012 and a Ph.D. in Italian the year after, in 2013, at age 50+.  


Luis Bautista in Spanish.


After 8 years of Nope, the living and working conditions of African Americans in this country are worse than ever. 

Yale is full of white-trash connected with Bill and Hillary Clinton’s corrupt and decadent establishment.

They have never paid taxes on capital gain, taxes on rentals or property taxes, 

even on off-campus buildings that are not used for classes.

So they are free to rob the rest of the population. 

As a result, the city of New Haven has an unbelievable mill rate of 41.55 (2013-15), much higher than cities like New York and Greenwich.

The majority here in New Haven, especially in the African American community, are underpaid, poor and — paradoxically — have no access to good education, which creates a vicious circle of selective poverty.

New Haven is one the most symbolic cities in the U.S. for selective poverty and racial discrimination, 

but in Europe there is absolutely no consciousness of this terrible problem. 

To Italian citizens who are considering living here, I’d suggest: REMAIN IN EUROPE. Here it’s a lose-lose game: on the one hand, white-trash rednecks like the Levins will treat you as “white niggers;” and on the other, African Americans will reverse-discriminate against you because you’re white Caucasian. 

You won’t even find “national solidarity” among the Italian-Americans who came here from Calabria, Sicily, etc. Lots of fake smiles, but they’re mobsters and all they want is your money. Fuck them and all their illegals deals.

Case in point, Giuseppe Mazzotta from Calabria.

If you want to make money with any field of scholarship, you have to have an academic degree in that specific field.

 You are NOT an expert in history, or philosophy, or the classics with a second-rate degree in Italian Medieval literature from fucking Cornell.  

People who trust a pathological liar like Mazzotta do so perhaps because they have never understood what his students know very well, namely that the guy is completely disconnected from Italian academia, so he cannot place anyone in an Italian university.    

And on the other hand, Italian language and literature is perfectly irrelevant in the United States, so Mazzotta has an embarrassingly long list of unemployed or under-employed graduates that he tries to hide. Some of their names, only from recent years, are presented in this satire.  

To avoid bad publicity for the university, Jane Levin protected this turd and slandered a woman and an international student on the Yale Daily News, thus endorsing commercial gossip sites that thrive on slander. 

Stop blabbering about Clinton’s “feminism” at Yale — it’s bullshit. 

Meryl Streep’s words also describe Jane Levin attacks against a woman: 

“This instinct to humiliate, when it’s modeled by someone in the public platform, by someone powerful, filters down into everybody’s life, because it gives permission for other people to do the same thing. Disrespect invites disrespect, violence incites violence. When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose.”

Jane Levin slandered a woman who had the intellect and the courage to complain about a fellow teaching assistant, a bitch by the name of Bradley Bailey, who used a chauvinist filthy word in class. I remarked that it’s better not to use filthy words in class, and that example of work ethics and critical thinking was misrepresented as politically incorrect. So it is politically correct to comment on somebody’s “boobs” in class. Good to know.  

Two things are infinite: the universe and Jane Levin’s stupidity, and I’m not sure about the universe.

Now, here’s the deal, Bradley Bailey:

fist fucking 2


You can use as many filthy words as you want

at the coffee shop, e.g. when talking about the bitch who pegged your broken ass last night,

but you should avoid them in class.


And with reference to the academic and financial fraud we’re talking about,

How the fuck can a teaching assistant be allowed into a Western art survey course

without any knowledge of the Renaissance? 

foot fucking 3

With lots of lube.

Like a dumbass who wants to study chemistry, but doesn’t like carbon because it’s too heavy.


For a while Bradley tried to raise money for his sex tapes and “documentaries” on STREET GRAFFITI.


But apparently no one gave a fuck.

So now he’s unemployed.

Or perhaps self-employed in the vast “T.A. underground” of porn. 

For that he should thank Mr. Nemerov and his academic fraud: there are no decent academic jobs in art history.  

haun saussy black master white slave 1

Excellent staffing!

And once again, Jane Levin confirmed her ignorance by blabbering about “universal objectivity” after Foucault’s relativism and Derrida’s deconstruction. Dumbass! Another demonstration that she got a job only thanks to her husband and she doesn’t belong in academia. Find a job in middle school, Jane.

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This garbage was written by Haun Saussy and David Quint, 

but it appeared with the name of an undergrad bitch from Pakistan, Akbar Shahib Ahmed,

and it involved a number of people that I’ve never met and with whom I’ve never even talked once,

like this guy:









John Rogers smiles because he has 2 daughters. When they invest their precious time and money to prepare themselves for a decent job, studying and working in academia for years, he knows they’re going to meet an old bastard motherfucking liar son of a bitch EXACTLY like himself.

Or perhaps they will NOT be able to get into an established academic program at all, because they’re dumb underachievers and they live off of their father. So perhaps they’ll have to choose “social work” as a last resort — like Mazzotta’s 40-year-old daughter and Manley’s middle-aged fat “kids” of the same generation.  

Manley’s elder son, let’s call him Mr. Joey Fatso, didn’t make it into the Ivy League. According to his profile, he studied social work at Hunter college, worked in the Bronx for a while and now he’s at Reliance Health, a nursing home based in Arizona. A simple man, he’s trying hard to keep this job in order to pay for his rent, bills and all his meals.

Manley’s daughter, let’s call her Miss All Ugly, didn’t make it into the Ivy League either. According to her profile, she studied social work at and now she works at Argus Community in the Bronx, cf. “We emphasis [sic] self-help, personal responsibility, and mutual support.” Excellent. It’s not easy to pay rent and bills in New York, but hopefully with her husband she manages to make ends meet. 

Even if they’re underachievers and live off of their father’s salary and “friendships,” these guys can feel better about themselves because they get to see down and out people every day. So it’s not such a bad job, after all…

Now, tell us, Manley – do you understand why I’ve been writing these satirical sites of academic criticism for two and a half years? 

Would you be able to do the same? 

And what does this tell you, in a foreign language?

Che sono piu’ intelligente di te, stronzo. 

This is the Golden rule in the positive and negative form, i.e. what to do and what not to do.

 “Do to others what you want them to do to you. This is the meaning of the law of Moses and the teaching of the prophets.” Matt. 7:12;

 “Do to others what you would want them to do to you.” Lk 6:31

“Do to no one what you yourself dislike.” Tob. 4:15


The true face of Hillary Clinton’s “feminism” and “social justice” at Yale is the plagiarism and slander of individuals such as Saussy, Mazzotta, Quint and Manley — who should be in jail.  

Harold Bloom stole much money over the years,

but now he’s not so sure he won’t have to give it all back with accrued interest. 


Did you know that Shakespeare was a gnostic-esoteric nut?


Neither did he.

“If the facts don’t fit the theory, change the facts.”

Examples of esotericism include: 

alchemy, tantra, astrology, freemasonry, gnosticism, kabbalah, magic,

hermetism, rosicrucianism, mesmerism,

theosophy and the theosophist movement associated with Helena Blavatsky.

The Harry Potter franchise produced a 1 billion revenue only for the author, J. K. Rowling.

This of course does not include all the money made by her publishing house, film companies, videogames, merchandise agencies, the “Wizarding World of Harry Potter” in Orlando, FL, etc. 

But Manley changes the facts and the objective truth in order to accommodate his prejudices, personal likes and dislikes, and ideology, e.g. magic is not to be found in industrialized societies anymore and it’s just something for “primitive” peoples in poor African countries.   


It is counter-factual and false to claim that magic is in decline.

STUDENTS and SCHOLARS BEWARE: you don’t have to agree with any such blatant error.

In order to keep his or her paid job, no one in academia is obliged to agree with disinformation, idiocies and ideological prejudices such as “primitive Africa.”

Plagiarists like Manley should be in jail for ruining the life and academic career of their “advisees,”

and for causing great economic and personal damage to the families who support them.

Let’s talk about “universal objectivity,” Larry.  

If you have a daughter who didn’t make it into the Ivy League and now does “social work” in the Bronx, you should do a better job defending her against all the liars, slanders, thieves and criminals she meets at work, or she may end up on the street. And then someone may tell you, “Goes around, comes around, you fool.”

Manley loves the Practical Magic of Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman…   

And Hollywood movies about magic aren’t successful at all,

because that’s either for primitive black people in Africa or Louisiana, 

or for new hires in the Classic department, where there are 10 people on staff for 7 majors

and a backlog of 50 people with a piece of paper but no academic job.  

Now, that’s a good field and a good department to be in! 


What a bad girl, we should all go after her! 

No, wait a minute, that’s her old ugly aunt! 

Jeez, that’s why!

In jail! 


Leslie Brisman tried really hard to upload a microscopic, old picture as his Facebook profile, but he’s so fucking stupid he couldn’t even rotate it.

Now he’s so embarrassed that he would send someone over to kill me just because I uncovered the mystery of his idiocy.

Here’s a better idea: change your privacy settings to “friends only” and you’ll still be able to spy on students, you liar thief turd.


Plagiarists like Leslie Brisman will judge your academic work based on slander and the garbage they read on commercial gossip sites.

They will also misinterpret everything you write on Facebook, so edit your privacy settings accordingly.


The disasters of Affirmative Action: take 5 plagiarists like Leslie Brisman and destroy an entire department.

Harold Bloom hired David Quint and Leslie Brisman, and in their turn they hired Barry McCrea and Sam See. 



Salaries in English and comparative literature are much lower than in other managerial, technical or scientific disciplines. But even within that field, the areas where there is still some money to make are taken by faggots such as these.

These scumbags always try to sneak into “Shakespeare” and Joyce and modernism,” leaving other topics to women, e.g. Jane Austen (Katie Trumpener, Jane Levin); Old and Medieval English (Roberta Frank); comics (Katie Trumpener);children’s literature (Katie Trumpener, Heather Klemann), etc. 



Saussy is not a scholar but a complete academic fraud.


Sometimes making a critical comment in class… “can entail thinking twice”???

You can’t even write, you worthless piece of shit.  


Who’s this piece of shit?

Put your slander in your own CV, you son of a bitch.


Give a med to Ahmed.

You’re deranged and have anti-social tendencies, Ahmed,

you need to adjust with some antidepressants and antipsychotic drugs.


Slander didn’t pay. 

After 6 months of internship, Akbar Ahmed was fired from the Huff Post where he worked for 10 bucks a piece, and now is out of a job. 

Well, how’s life back in Pakistan – were you able to find a toilet?

Parents alright? Are they proud of you?

Do they need some toilet paper, since it’s so hard to find over there?

And how about the Jane Austen Society of Pakistan?

That’s what he got with Jane Levin’s recommendation LOL

The Jane Austen Society is perhaps THE MAIN academic and financial fraud of Jane Levin.

Thirty years ago Levin got into academia with a worthless, unpublished and unpublishable dissertation on the “Marriages in Jane Austen.” And since then, thanks to her husband who was president of the university, she has made millions of dollars talking nonsense about Plato, Homer, Virgil and all the Greek and Latin classics in English translation.   


Take a good look at yourself before slandering other people, and then shut up.





This is Roman culture, the legislative and symbolic foundation of the United States:


The Pantheon, Rome


Augustus of Prima Porta – monumental statue of Caesar Augustus, Rome.

You’re so fucking ignorant I must write captions for these, otherwise you’ll never get it.

Where was Pakistan 2500 years ago?

More or less where it is now.


What a great culture.

They are so poor and underdeveloped they don’t even have toilets.

“Poor law and order situation…”

There is no water and no electricity.” 

“But the local government denies incompetence…”

“For now, the toilet project remains on paper.”

“Many have to respond to the call of nature by heading to the bushes.”

“They have to relieve themselves in the open behind a bush.”

Unlike Pakistan, India is trying to solve its problem with public defecation.

That’s why they’re showing a very funny advertisement with a great soundtrack, Take the Poo to the Loo.

Here’s Jimmy Kimmel:


Akbar Shit Ahmed, the worst toilet in Pakistan.

Pakistan is an underdeveloped country where Islam, the state religion, is practiced by 95-98% of natives.


Read the sign – it says: “Islam will dominate the world.”

These critical thinkers should send 85,000 pages of emails to Hillary Clinton,

so perhaps she would let them into the country to reform democracy, a failed system. 


Since they’re politically correct, support women’s rights, and have a lot of universal objectivity, 

these guys enforce Sharia law against all lesbians and gays

as well as those who cheat on their husband or wife: 


For instance, this could be Haun Saussy for cheating on his ex-wife, Yu-Lin Wang, with an ugly student, Olga Solovieva. 


These people should live with Saussy and Solovieva for a while.  

I’m sure they’d get along perfectly like Wahlverwandtschaften.


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Now that Ahmed is universally and objectively unemployed, 

Jane Levin should help him find a job as a secretary at the Jane Austen Society… 

I’m not kidding, I’ve collected some 40 pictures of this shit. 


They put on a costume, get drunk…


… and pretend to be intellectuals.

The Real Housewives of Jane Austen.

But there’s even more slander against international students and scholars on The Yale Herald, cf. slander dating Jan 26, 2012, Bizarre angry Yale TA email exchange hits the internet, edited by one Justine Bunis, B.A., who’s now about 30 and working as a secretary! :))) 

Was it worth $70,000/year x 4 = $280,000


all the unrealized capital gain of this bull market? 

Mais congratulations, cela c’est du génie!    

Take it easy, Justine, don’t get shit-faced every weekend… 

For 3 months back in 2008, Miss Bunis was an intern for the… 

Anti-Defamation League’s Interfaith Youth Leadership Program!!!

Life is ironic, isn’t it? 

How do you like naked asses, Justine? Shaved or hairy like these ones?  

Now, that’s really bizarre and cringe-worthy.     

And in fact it looks like Justine’s face.  

That’s really crazy, and yet it’s nothing compared to the reversed political correctness of Jane Levin and her sagging old boobs. Jeez, that requires the public execution of an international scholar and all her family members who support her.  

And NO ethical or moral doubts, NO scruples, NO regrets what-so-ever

Mmmh, I see…

The problem with Justine is that she never won a 6-year fellowship for an Ivy League graduate school, so slandering her intellectual betters — people who achieved something she did not — provides an outlet for her repressed envy and hatred.

Get some counselling Justine, and get well soon! 

Justine doesn’t slander American students because she’s afraid of retaliation.

Instead, she keeps all her envy, hatred and viciousness for foreign scholars, 

especially those about to discuss their doctoral thesis after a lifetime of academic work and study. 

So, even if Justine makes $10/hour and has to eat shit from everyone at the office, 

that makes her feel a little bit better about herself! LOL    

New Haven is a sanctuary city for illegal immigrants coming from problematic, underdeveloped areas such as Mexico and the Middle East. These people don’t pay taxes and are often involved in organized crime such as drug dealing and prostitution.

Furthermore, even when they have a regular job such as cooking – without vaccinations or hygienic measures, of course – they bring down the salary of other underpaid workers from the same countries, who are legally registered and regularly pay taxes here.

Makes a lot of sense, doesn’t it?

What a joke! No one can complain about President Trump when they also discriminate against naturalized citizens who have been paying taxes and property taxes with a mill rate of 44.5! What fucking criminals and hypocrites!

A complete waste of money. 

What exactly did Justine learn at the modern Jewish high-school?

That is to say, other than slandering scholars from a Catholic county… Let’s see:

Exodus 20:13

“You shall not murder.”

Exodus 20:16

“You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.”

Exodus 23:1

 “You shall not bear a false report; do not join your hand with a wicked man to be a malicious witness.”

Deuteronomy 5:20

“You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.”

Deuteronomy 19:18-19

“The judges shall investigate thoroughly, and if the witness is a false witness and he has accused his brother falsely, then you shall do to him just as he had intended to do to his brother.”

Research has its rules, Bunis, for instance:   

Do Not Believe Everything You Read on the Internet, Especially on Commercial Gossip Sites.  

If You Intend to Write about Anyone, Ask Their Opinion.

Think About the Personal and Financial Consequences of Your Words. 

Wait before doing anything completely stupid and/or illegal, to see how the situation evolves.

A few months after the online slander, Ed Barnaby lost his job and had to relocate to Virginia.

Yale has a long tradition of administrative corruption and disastrous mismanagement,

so everything was done quietly to avoid another scandal.

Just in recent years they had:

 a lab researcher raped, strangled and buried upside-down in a wall;

an undergrad found with her head smashed in a lathe machine at 3 in the morning;

another undergrad who stabs his “friend” and then jumps out of the Taft building downtown;

an assistant professor with a double life as a meth addict and HIV-positive prostitute, 

who kills himself in jail with a meth overdose, etc.

Everything is public record, but for some mysterious reason it does not get a lot of bad publicity on commercial gossip sites…

At least not as much as the Boobs of the Blessed Jane Levin.

Compared to that, everything else is not even a crime!


We are thieves, but don’t tell!

Barnaby graduated from White-Trash College with a thesis on administrative corruption 

and its financial, personal and professional consequences for students/scholars and their families. 

If you ask him, Barnaby will say that he didn’t really HAVE TO leave the Ivy League.

No, no, no.  

He just made a BIG SACRIFICE to raise his kids in a more KKK-friendly environment…

Following your grievance and/or due to an accounting error and/or

a new interpretation of your contract,

we have decided to revoke your salary for your 5th and/or 6th year.

And that has absolutely nothing to do with the grievance you filed against one of our partners in crime. 


Your scam is over, you white-trash son of a bitch.  

When Barnaby’s daughters go to college, they will meet a worthless son of a bitch like their father.

He’ll steal their fellowships without showing any proof whatsoever that they were actually “disbursed in error” — as if Yale had ever paid anything to anyone, unless they really had to. For fuck’s sake, they don’t even pay taxes on capital gain, taxes on rentals or property taxes!

Likewise, Barnaby won’t even bother to reply when the students’ attorneys request that his administrative error be corrected by showing the SEVIS issued for 6 years from the U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service, as well as the fellowship and teaching appointment conferrals from Yale. 

Barnaby will simply pretend he didn’t receive the documents and/or that they mean nothing. 

Hey asshole, do the authorities know that the U.S. Justice Department means nothing? 

You should be in fucking jai!

The length of study is 72 months, i.e. 6 years. Signed by Mr. Gang Wang (actual name), Associate Director Int’l Students & Scholars, Yale University.


Finally, because Barnaby authorized an illegal deal and put his signature on it, the senior administrators will hold him responsible for the whole mess and he’ll get fired. So there will be no more ties with the university.


This packet is 350 pages. 

How many are 85,000 pages of emails? 


Especially considering that some people, like Miss Bunis, have never read a book longer than 85 pages without pictures.

Who would ever send so many emails “in a short period of time” of just a few months?  

A crazy maniac.

And how deranged must one be to make top secret info available on aunsafe server that can be hacked even by your retarded little brother working in the basement?

Very deranged.

In jail like Tupper Saussy.







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In December 2005 an old son of a bitch wanted to celebrate an “alternative” Christmas

with an Italian grad student from the most recent class in comparative literature.

Screwed over by another Italian in the name of national solidarity and fraternity among citizens.

What a fucking mobster!

And all along he tried to “justify” himself by blabbering about his wife’s depression — so I guess he wanted to help her out by cheating on her?

Mrs. Carol Anne Mazzotta, a registered democrat living in Woodbridge, would do a good thing now to ask for a divorce. 

Get rid of that damn pig, take the money and retire in a nice sunny place with plenty of social services in Italy.

Simple Google search, link on the first page:

“Carol Anne Mazzotta was born on 9 July 1947 and on 26 October 2001 she registered to vote…”

“This is a privately owned genealogy website using a purchased copy of the Connecticut voter list as of 9 February 2016,

which is unrestricted, public information.”

Hey Mazzotta, tell us about your very good-looking daughter — let’s call her Miss Rauca Bettoniera, born 09/12/1976 — who can’t find a decent job or a husband despite all of your “friendships.” When she tried to work, a couple of years ago, she had an accident on the street in the first fucking week! 

Is she retarded or what?

And she didn’t even have health insurance, so you had to pay cash for the docs to patch her up.



Rarely have I seen something so foul.   

Mazzotta has been paying for Carol Chiodo with Yale money.

Miss Chiodo should show her Italian laurea from before 2007, but she cannot because she didn’t earn one. 

There has never been any reason for that bitch to be in New Haven,

since Dante’s entire opus and concordances were digitalized AGES ago with a fund provided by a Florentine bank,

Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze:


And let’s remember all the grad students of the Italian dep’t who ended up without an academic job after years of study, for instance:  

Kenise Lyons;

Diego Bertelli;

Christopher Nixon;

Griffin Oleynick;

Taylor Papallo;

Maria Clara Iglesias Rondina;

Alfredo Troiano;

Erin McCarthy-King, adjunct at Quinnipiac only thanks to her husband, etc. 

All of them were screwed over by the academic and financial fraud of one of the worst departments in the nation:


which is nothing but a worthless, useless crew of ignorant parasites: 

Carol Chiodo,

Michael Farina,

Anna Iacovella, 

Millicent Marcus,

Christiana Purdy Moudarres, hired without any search, national or international, and without a single book on Dante, etc.



Jane Levin has been trying for years now to divert attention

from the fact that the law forbids Mazzotta from supervising my academic work. 

My dissertation on Catholic Shakespeare was approved by 4 independent scholars,

including history prof. Carlos Eire.


Carlos Eire stated that my dissertation deserved to be approved 

even only based on the strength of the historical discussion of Shakespeare’s Catholicism.

For people who are not in the field,

it is an established fact of scholarship that Shakespeare’s mother belonged to an ancient family,

the Ardens, from Catholic France.   

Instead of studying at Oxford or Cambridge like other middle-class gentlemen,

Shakespeare had to flee to the North in order to escape the persecution of corrupt local magistrates. 

How did Catholicism influence his creativity in a time when religion, persecution and torture were tools of political authority?

How do we see Catholic themes emerge in Hamlet?

If you can’t ask these questions with an open mind, you’re not an intellectual and you don’t belong in academia. 

And if you try to silence real scholars who are able to ask these questions, then you should be in jail like Tupper Saussy.


According to Haun Saussy’s ACLA report in 2005,

comparative literature has no defined subject matter or methodology.

Comparative literature has no standards and decisions are made based on people’s personal likes and dislikes, 

politics, bribes and “generous anonymous donations.” 

enso zen emptiness comp lit no subject no methodology

enso symbol zen emptiness comparative literature academic fraud

Who’s responsible for this shit?

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David Quint and oral tradition.

Let’s do some comparative on Quint, 

courtesy of the on Google Images.

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A simple critic is NOT allowed to deny an author’s Catholicism only because he or she has a different value system. There are indeed many authors in the canon: focus on another one more attuned to your ideology.




Fucking Quint tries to slander me even with Milton!

Look, this really shows you have no arguments and you’re just a desperate fuck.

Milton was officially a Protestant, so he could receive social and financial benefits, but not everyone agrees with that superficial reading. There are many different opinions on Milton’s personal beliefs, e.g. the English poet William Blake thought he was a Satanist, “of the Devil’s party without knowing it,” and — regardless of what anyone may think about it — Hollywood made several million dollars with that interpretation, cf. Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves, The Devil’s Advocate, 1997.  

Then there is the problem of defining what reformed religions actually were, and what they are now. That’s not, like Catholicism, one single set of dogmas but many, e.g. Lutherans, Calvinists, Anglicans, Episcopalians, Methodist, Mormons, Baptists, Evangelicals, Unionists, etc. 

And all in constant flux, e.g. Nadia Bolz Weber, definitely a most amazing woman. 

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Would Milton like Nadia Bolz Weber in priest costume?  


And how about her?

Biblical tattoos grace the arms of Nadia Bolz-Weber as she poses for a portrait, Friday, April, 22, 2011, at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Denver, CO, where her will be moving. Nadia, of House For All Sinners and Saint, a is a rising star in the emergent church, very hip culturally and socially progressive, yet still theologically traditional Lutheran. She's been invited to preach the Easter sermon at Red Rocks this Easter. (Craig F. Walker/ The Denver Post)

 As far as I’m concerned,

I DON’T GIVE A DAMN, because I write about something else entirely.

But now tell us, Quint — since you are the most senior plagiarist in the comp. lit. dep’t — what the fuck does Saussy know about the “Body of Christ,” which is the Catholic Church? ZERO.

What would Milton think of a comp. lit. dissertation on the “Body of Christ” ghostwritten by a Tennessee redneck?





And with the stolen money, he tries to pay all his debts and finance a cheap new car.   

Not so easy, not so fast.