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  • 5 Notable Scapegoats In Literature

    5 Notable Scapegoats In Literature0

    The unenviable position of the scapegoat endures the wrongdoings of others and often pays the highest sacrifice: death. If you haven’t already, then get to know these 5 notable scapegoats in literature. 1. Snowball in Animal Farm by George Orwell “A farm is taken over by its overworked, mistreated animals. With flaming idealism and stirring

  • Read An Excerpt From Nevergreen by Andrew Pessin

    Read An Excerpt From Nevergreen by Andrew Pessin0

    Nevergreen by Andrew Pessin is a smart, fast, funny, and incisive portrait of today’s liberal arts college scene, cancel culture, and more. Below is an exclusive excerpt from the novel. __________ “Welcome to the asylum, Dr. Jeffrey!” Brenda, wearing the same bubble sweater from the plane, was waving from the illuminated dock as he disembarked

  • Interview With Andrew Pessin, Author Of Nevergreen

    Interview With Andrew Pessin, Author Of Nevergreen0

    “One part Lucky Jim and three parts One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Andrew Pessin’s terrific and terrifying novel may just be the great campus novel of our generation.”—Liel Leibovitz, editor at large, Tablet Magazine. Author Andrew Pessin talks to Book Glow about his new novel, Nevergreen. Describe the book in one sentence. An academic

  • 5 Satirical Books About Academia

    5 Satirical Books About Academia0

    Students, faculty, and alumni of colleges and universities (or any school, for that matter) will enjoy these 5 satirical books about academia. These send-ups and satires of academic life deserve to sit at the head of the class. 1. Changing Places by David Lodge “Changing Places is a hilarious send-up of academic life, intellectual fashion,

  • 5 Must-Read Novels Set In Colleges And Universities

    5 Must-Read Novels Set In Colleges And Universities0

    Remember campus life? The students, the professors, the politics, the shenanigans… Go back to school with these 5 must-read novels set in colleges and universities. 1. Lucky Jim by Kingsley Amis “A hilarious satire about college life and high class manners, this is a classic of postwar English literature.” 2. Changing Places by David Lodge