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Libraries Are for Sleeping

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This book is about a fictitious university, St. Armitage (Armitage), as related by Jack Burns, professor of political science. The work covers 15 events during Burn's academic career, ranging, for example, from (1) being a dean to (2) chaperoning the I Felta Thigh fraternity Mountain Man Stomp to (3) directing, as a senior faculty member, the annual homecoming. Most of the ...more
Paperback, 132 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Xlibris Corporation
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Nov 18, 2011 Anne rated it liked it
Not a bad collection of mildly amusing stories of (mostly) faculty life in academia. Not wonderful, either. Just not bad. It was self-published and I wished rather desperately for more thorough editing.
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