By Bruce Fleming
In Annapolis Autumn, Bruce Fleming, professor of English for almost twenty years on the academy and a prizewinning writer, captures the points of interest, sounds, colours, and conversations of this tradition-steeped institution.
In different sessions, the cadets easy methods to gather weapons, regulate armored cars, guy battleships, and kill different people. not anything is ever under "outstanding, sir!" In English classification, even if, Fleming introduces his scholars to nuance and subtext, to the homosexual poets of global battle I, and to the concept no longer each piece of literature is designed to be "motivational." Sharing tales from his two decades on the academy, Fleming explores questions on instructing, the labels "liberal" and "conservative," and the final word goal of upper educationissues made all of the extra gripping at a time while lots of his scholars will graduate from the study room to the battlefield.
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