Alumni Notes
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Alumni Notes

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This novel, set in the turbulent colleges and cities of the American northeast, tells the story of a love shaped, thwarted and reborn in the dying and regenerating society of the 1960s. It is April 1973. Paul Seitz (Nott College 68, Einstein College of Medicine 72) hasn t seen Alicia Acheson (Wellsmith 69) in the six long years since he helped her brother Dickie, Paul s No...more
Paperback, 708 pages
Published January 11th 2011 by Star Cloud Press
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A sweeping, emotionally, beautifully written, and riveting first novel , Andrew S. Levitas' Alumni Notes, is something which every aspiring author dreams of writing - a compulsively readable story , with fully developed characters that are difficult not to engage with or not to like. The story takes place in the turbulent 1960s and is narrated by Paul, a brilliant young Jew from Brooklyn, who finds himself on scholarship at an Ivy League University amid privileged, spoiled WASPS and rooming with...more
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