Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Un Undocumented Princentonian - By Joseph Berger (The New York Times)

IN lyrical passages of “This Side of Paradise,” F. Scott Fitzgerald’s young alter ego, Amory Blaine, is awed by the “great dreaming spires” of Princeton and its “lazy beauty, its half-grasped significance, the wild moonlight revel of the rushes.” Three generations later, Harold Fernandez was no less awed by the castle-like dormitories, the teeming libraries, the hoary traditions -- but his story was different from most freshmen ... read more

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