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  1. heather (errantdreams)
    at 6:21 am on March 3, 2008

    I'll definitely have to check out the life-changing SF list. There's an awful lot of great SF that I've never gotten around to reading; maybe it'll give me a concrete place to start!

  2. Jill
    at 7:37 pm on March 3, 2008

    The online exhibit titled "The New Yorker Magazine in the 1930's" is certainly a poor reflection on the education received by the students at the Univ. of Virginia. I gave up counting the typographical errors, and the writing was very poor for college-level students. Not to mention the astounding lack of research that obviously went into this project – the overly simplistic explanations of the Great Depression and the revisionist history was very disappointing to read. I would ask for my child's tuition back if she attended the Univ. of Virginia.

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