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Title: The courage of the commonplace
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Language: English
Created by:
  • Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews (Author)
Abstract: 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.

Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons
Published: 1915
Published in: United States
Contributed by: Boston Public Library

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