The crack of a tuna can filled the room with the scent of Cannery Row. The taste of tea cakes touched English tradition from Pride and Prejudice. The sound of gunfire alluded to gang violence described in Fr. Boyle's Tattoos on the Heart. This week, sophomore English honors students in Ms. Pavelka's classes brushed off the sediments of winter break with dust covers and elevator pitches designed to sell outside reading books to the class. Students presented. Judges listened and tallied. Winners achieved extra credit. It was a chance to taste, touch, hear, smell and see life in literature. Read on Sea Kings!