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William Noble McKeachie
I. MIXING MEMORY AND DESIRE
“If only the good were clever And only the clever were good This world would be so much better Than ever we thought it could; But the good are seldom clever And the clever are hardly good: The good are so harsh to the clever And the clever so rude to the good.”
Such was the Sewanee version of a discerning
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