"All the NYU Bronx campus lacked was a balanced curriculum, an intellectual climate and girls. IT was not a college, but an anticollege. It was not a place of learning but a theater of memorization. It was an institution where students regarded Lear's catastrophe as insignificant unless it was worth eight points on an exam." (47-48)
"'What do you want to do?'"Kahn, Roger. The Boys of Summer. New York: Perennial Library, 1987. Print.
I paused. Dr. Jones looked like someone to trust. 'Well, sir, I believe I'd like to be a writer.'
'A writer!' Dr. Jones spoke so loudly that I blushed. 'Then what on earth are you doing at a place like this?'" (48)
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