Brit-Brit Lit-Lit 102: Spears Reflects on 'Antigone'

Yesterday, when we posted about Britney Spears' poetic talents, commenter Zibby said that Britney's classic 'Honeymoon Poem' was "something a reasonably intelligent fifth-grader would think twice about handing in." So we wondered: what kind of work DID the young Mouseketeer do, during those rare moments when her stage mother allowed her to be schooled? The answer comes from, oddly enough, Christie's, where a page from Britney's high school notebook is being auctioned off to benefit the Britney Spears Foundation. The page contains Britney's essay on Sophocles' Antigone and, uh, wow. Highlights: "she wants him to be able to be in the heaven of ghost" and "the God are angry with him." But really, it must be experienced in Britney's ultragirly handwriting to be fully appreciated:

Brit-Brit Lit-Lit 102: Spears Reflects on 'Antigone'


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