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The courage of the commonplace
Author - Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews

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The courage of the commonplace
 
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Summary
This book is set at Yale University, and takes place around "Tap Day", the day that the three senior societies chooses its newest members. John McLean, although his family had all been "Bones" men, is not chosen. This spurs him to be a better student and man throughout his life, even through a terrible mine accident.
 
Publication Date
1915
 
Languages
English
 
Contributor
Boston Public Library - United States
 
Publisher
Charles Scribner's Sons - United States
 

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