2 edition of Renovating the Ivory Tower found in the catalog.
Renovating the Ivory Tower
March 2002 by C D Howe Inst .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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No Ivory Tower recounts the previously untold story of how the anti-Communist furor affected the nation's college teachers, administrators, trustees, and students. As Ellen Schrecker shows, the hundreds of professors who were called before HUAC and otehr committees confronted the same dilemma most other witnesses had by: The Ivory Tower is an unfinished novel by Henry James, posthumously published in The novel is a brooding story of Gilded Age America.
It centers on the riches earned by a pair of dying millionaires and ex-partners, Abel Gaw and Frank Betterman, and their Author: Henry James.
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The Ivory Tower is a sad book, yet not due to its subject, contents or the fate of its characters, but because of its unfulfilled potential. I could have been another great book by one of the greatest stylists in English language.
If only he had a chance to finish it, I would have easily joined the trinity of his remarkable novels: The Wings of Cited by: The Ivory Tower Published inthe year following the great authors death, this unfinished Henry James novel breaks off in the middle of Chapter Two of Book Four after about two hundred pages.
James left extensive notes citing how he intended his novel to continue for another four or five hundred pages. So the question becomes: Is this unfinished novel worth the time?/5.
An ivory tower is a metaphorical place—or an atmosphere—where people are happily cut off from the rest of the world in favor of their own pursuits, usually mental and esoteric ones.
From the 19th century, it has been used to designate an environment of intellectual pursuit disconnected from the practical concerns of everyday life. Most contemporary uses of the term refer to academia or the. "Ivory Tower" raises a number of fascinating questions and offers numerous insights on the current, deeply flawed state of the American system of higher education but suffers from a lack of focus or even a hint of what we do about the situation.
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Expanding on his controversial Atlantic Monthly essay, “Professor X” assails the ill-considered optimism that encourages unprepared students to assume crippling debt to get college degrees they don’t really need. The author is an adjunct English instructor—tenure, no insurance, no benefits and no status—who teaches basic college courses on a part-time basis.
He is a bit wicked, this Professor X. His book-length expansion of the article, “In the Basement of the Ivory Tower,” is rippled with mellow sarcasm. “In the Basement of the Ivory Tower” is little more than proof that not all magazine articles make good books, or for that matter that not all magazine articles need to be longer than they.
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Unfinished at the time of James's death inthe Ivory Tower utilizes a classic Jamesian theme—American innocence transformed by Europeanhowever, there's a twist: the hero was raised abroad and returns to America with its immense Gilded Age fortunes to discover the corrupting effects of wealth and possessions.
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An instructor at a “college of last resort” explains why. The room Ivory Tower, which houses the hotels cheapest rooms, was renovated in Several new restaurants, including a new buffet, noodle house and Scotch 80 .