I spent all that time going over alliterate and antithetical qualities for so many of those stupid (well, now they are stupid. In a few minutes they won't be as much so.) medieval pieces and the one that was easiest was the one that I could have done with a snap and a whirl.
And I can snap and whirl pretty fast.
Why does Prof. Humphrey want this particular piece analysed when it is so easy and why did he not recognize the hard work of my other analyses when they were a good deal harder to come around? I don't understand. The ways of professors are infinitely beyond me.