We have collected the best English Major Quotes by famous authors including Hamish Linklater, Cynthia Nixon, Fred Savage, William Mapother, Nathaniel Philbrick and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
I did try to go to college and try to be an English major.
I do tend to be an analyzer. I’m an old English major from way back, so I do have fun tearing apart texts and trying to find the hidden secrets and the subtexts in there.
I am an English major in school with an emphasis in creative writing. I think hearing Maya Angelou speak at school last year was one of the best moments Stanford, at least, intellectually, had to offer.
I’m an old English major from way back, so I do have fun tearing apart texts and trying to find the hidden secrets and the subtexts in there.
I was an English major, so I love discussing possibilities and alternate theories.
As a former English major, I have always been fascinated by the connections between literature and history.
I had higher math SATs than in English – yet I became an English major in college.
I was an English major at Brown. I never enjoyed history classes.
I ended up doing four or five plays in college and being an English major with my thesis in language acquisition, which I was planning to study in graduate school.
I didn’t fit the typical profile of a trader. I was an English major working on a novel at night. Most everyone else was a maths or economics major; most everyone else had relatives or family in banking.
I was an English major at Yale, but I did do undergraduate theater there. And I went to the graduate school for acting.
I was an English major in college, took a ton of creative writing courses, and was a newspaper reporter for 10 years.
I was an English major in college!
The number one secret of being a successful writer is this: marry an English major.
I was an English major in college with minors in Fine Arts and Humanities.
I was an English major at UCLA when I was 18, and then I left after a year to start acting. I was educating myself during that time.
I was an English major in college who concentrated in African-American literature and culture. So I read quite a few slave narratives and stories of escape, and I grew up in Ohio, which was a common stop on the Underground Railroad.
I was an English major, and I always wrote poems.