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Partisan Review's conference on Autobiography, Biography, and Memoir, October 6 and 7 in the George Sherman Union, arrives at a time when all three genres are enjoying a popular boom. But that, says Edith Kurzweil, is just a coincidence.
The way Linda Wells describes it, her predicament as the new dean of the College of General Studies sounds like none at all.
University faculty will soon brush up on an aspect of their profession that they might not have covered in graduate school: teaching.
hydrochloride is hailed as a certain cure for depression. Melatonin is called
an antiaging remedy. The former is hardly an automatic happy pill, however, and
the latter certainly isnšt the fountain of youth.
After a year of tutoring young Ludwig van Beethoven, the Austrian composer Johann Georg Albrechtsberger infamously declared, "He has learned nothing, and will never do anything properly."