The Morning News experts advise you on what to do if you have "no job, no prospects, and no experience. But! [you] do have a degree in comparative literature from a notable school." You know you're smart and you can prove it, if given the chance. What to do?
The experts say you should get an IQ test*, or perhaps recite every line of The Canterbury Tales backwards.
*The editors have determined that I have an IQ of 126, and "according to Lewis Terman, originator of the concept of the intelligence quotient, [my]score classifies [me] as exhibiting very superior intelligence." Translated, it simply means that I should be winning the lottery right now.