Campus

A campus novel, also known as an academic novel, is a novel whose main action is set in and around the campus of a university. The genre in its current form dates back to the early 1950s.

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Cornell University
115 books — 22 voters
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Cambridge University
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The Iowa Writers' Workshop
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Oxford University
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Campus Days
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Nayomi Munaweera
The campus spreads around him like the verdant pleasure garden of an ancient king. He is enraptured by the enormous trees that lift branches like cathedral roofs overhead, shoot roots like polished ballroom floors underfoot. In the hot afternoons he leaves the crowded rooms to study under the protection of these spreading giants.
Nayomi Munaweera, Island of a Thousand Mirrors

Philip Agee
I don't think we have ever had real democracy in this country. Anyone who studies adoption of the constitution will understand quite clearly that; democracy - as we understand that on today; was the last thing the founding fathers had in mind when they wrote the constitution ....it was: to establish strong central authority responding the elitist interests in United States. That's private property. And those men who wrote the constitution were representatives of the elites. They were the lawyers ...more
Philip Agee, CIA Off Campus: Building the Movement Against Agency Recruitment and Research

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