Humanities & Sciences
The dog days of summer are in full swing, and this week Humanities and Sciences faculty member, playwright, poet and short story writer Louis Phillips suggests classics, short humor and other diversions for perfect beach reading.
Continuing our August summer Friday reading series, this week Humanities and Sciences Co-Chair Maryhelen Hendricks delves into the yin-yang relationship of two Norwegian writers, points readers to Hilary Mantel and revisits the immortal Alice in Wonderland.
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