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The words danced in the air to the melody of his fervent voice. Moments after he began, his eyes eased away from his book, Whylah Falls, as he recited every line from his heart’s memory.
Maya Jasanoff’s The Dawn Watch: Joseph Conrad in a Global World blends history, biography, travelogue, and literary criticism into a unique work of scholarship.
When political science Professor Juliet Johnson was in high school, she wanted to be a biochemist. In fact, she’s pretty sure the reason she was accepted into Stanford was because she won the...