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The Sinner Sunday Brunch

THEY ARE serving brunch in Quincy House, so at a little after noon when I walk over to the dining

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Old Books in and Under the Yard

The young, frail looking freshman stood on the steps of Houghton Library and clutched his copy of " Don Quixote

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Old Books in and Under the Yard

The young frail looking freshman stood on the steps of Houghton Library and clutched his cop of "don Quixote" in

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Trying to Find The Ties That Bind At the Loeb

A HUGE mirror covered one wall of the room. A few chairs were scattered around. Two tables were cluttered with

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Looking Backwards

L YNDON JOHNSON has written a nifty little book to serve as a postscript to his Administration. It is called

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AIR

LET ME BORROW from Clive Barnes: AIR is beautiful. In her program notes, Lindsay Ann Course writes, "Mixed media has

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Esalen and Harvard: Looking at Life From Both Sides Now

(This is the last of a series of four articles.) The modern mind has so reduced life to a science

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Into the Center of the Circle

O NE OF THE slogans of Esalen's five-day Sunday to Friday "More Joy" workshop is that "Joy comes on Thursday."

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In the New Pastures of Heaven

(This is the second of a series of four articles.) W HEN the Monday morning session broke up for lunch,

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Big Sur, California: Tripping Out at Esalen

(This is the first of a series of four articles.) "4:42 p.m. Arrive in Monterey." He made that note. Maybe

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Teeth

T HE DENTIST was a tall, thin man who wore glasses and spoke with a raspy voice. "We're going to

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Zinn V. Fortas

Disobedience and Democracy, Nine Fallacies on Law and Order, by Howard Zinn; Vintage Books; 124 pages; $1.45. When Abe Fortas

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Let ROTC Stay

( The following is the opinion of a minority of the CRIMSON'S editorial board. ) I SOLATIONISM is a clean

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At Christ Church

"T AKE OFF your shoes and socks and leave them in the hall," the sign read. Inside, in the assembly

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The Imaginary Invalid

N EAR THE END of Moliere's The Imaginary Invalid, Beralde turns to the hypochondriac, Argan, and suggests that he "go

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia

Unlocking the Map
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Unlocking the Map