Reports indicate that the cover of a recently-assigned textbook is extremely abstract.
“When I saw the textbook for the first time, I was transported to a modern art gallery,” reported freshman Morgan Park, transfixed by the lovely fields of color adorning the cover. “It was only when I glanced up at the title that I was jolted back to the reality of the Brown Bookstore.”
“I’m not really sure why the publisher went with such an abstract design,” Park reflected, scanning the collection of colorful circles, squares, and triangles that decorated the $300 textbook. “I just don’t get why they chose a cubist style for the cover of a textbook about calculus.”
At press time, reports have found that the content of the book was even more abstract than the cover.