Found out today that I passed an exam question (doing an exegesis) - in the marker's words "only just".
The lecturer made a very kind offer of teaching me how to do an exegesis properly, instead of my puny self-taught effort.
Now I know a number of learned academic minds read this blog - what do you think?
Do I have it in me to exegetise well?
Am I an exegetiter?
Is exegetisising a very important skill?
(Am I now making up nonsense words?)
Did you know that an anagram of "exegesis is fun" is "seeing fixes us"?
Amen to that!