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Poetic Justice (Paperback)

Author:  Amanda Cross
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0449007030
ISBN-13: 9780449007037
Sku: 30681447
Publish Date: 1/1/2001
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.75H x 4.25L x 0.5T
Pages:  224
Age Range:  NA
 
Now back in print, this title in the acclaimed Kate Fansler mystery series begins with student riots at the New York university where Kate teaches, and in the ensuing disarray, the survival of the university's plebeian stepchild, University College, seems doubtful. It is a fight to the death, and only a miracle--or perhaps a murder--can save their beloved institution.
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As a result of the violent death of one of her university associates, Professor Kate Fansler is drawn into a puzzling and dangerous sequence of events. Reprint.Student riots have ravaged the distinguished New York City university where Kate Fansler teaches.  In the ensuing disarray, the survival of the university's plebeian stepchild, University College, seems doubtful. President Jeremiah Cudlipp is snobbishly determined to ax it; and as sycophantic professors fall in line behind him, the rally of Kate and few rebellious colleagues seems doomed. It is a fight to the death, and only a miracle--or perhaps a murder--can save their beloved institution. . . .As a result of the violent death of one of her university associates, Professor Kate Fansler is drawn into a puzzling and dangerous sequence of events. Reprint.
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Amanda Cross
Carolyn Heilbrun is a professor emerita of English at Columbia University, where she received a doctorate degree in 1951. She has written perceptively on women writers and on women in the teaching profession, as well as a biography of Gloria Steinem. Her best known work is "Writing A Woman's Life" (1988), which subsequently became a standard in college courses. She has written reviews for popular publications like the "New York Times Book Review", as well as for scholarly journals such as "Twentieth Century Literature". She has also been president of the Modern Language Association. In 1997, she was the subject of a biography by Susan Kress called "Carolyn G. Heilbrun: Feminist in a Tenured Position". She also writes mysteries under the pseudonym Amanda Cross, which feature the character Kate Fansler.
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Product attributeBook Format:   Pocketbook
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0224
Product attributePublisher:   Fawcett Books
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