19th Century Art was cancelled tomorrow because my professor has a doctor's appointment.
While it would be fabulous to have the next 96 hours off (yeah, that's right...my next class is Monday at 2:30pm), I regrettably have a great deal of work to get done.
Namely, my 8-page comparative paper on Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun's Marie-Antoinette and Her Children and Mary Cassatt's The Bath, due Monday. Also, studying for my Chemistry and Anthropology exams on Tuesday.
In other good news, I'm nearly done with "Emma." Under 100 pages left (my copy's 450). It's a really intriguing novel. It plays a lot with perception; how Emma perceives people, how and why her opinions of them change. The treatment of Jane Fairfax throughout the novel is particularly exciting.