An irrepressible and sometimes irreverent portrait of the author's Alma Mater takes the institution from its colonial...

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YOU CAN ALWAYS TELL A HARVARD MAN

An irrepressible and sometimes irreverent portrait of the author's Alma Mater takes the institution from its colonial beginnings to its current operation with many an unexpected side trip into other relevent areas. There's an ear for the Harvard accent, an eye for its indifference; there's notice of its publications and its musical and dramatic activities; there's plenty about its favorite eating places and its variety of sports; there's quite a section on its architecture. This is decidedly lively reading for old, new and forthcoming graduates of all colleges.

Pub Date: Nov. 17, 1962

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Publisher: McGraw-Hill

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1962