The Groves of Academe

The Groves of Academe

Book - 1952 | 1st ed.
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Houghton
Henry Mulcahy, a literature instructor at progressive Jocelyn College, is informed that his appointment will not be continued. Convinced he is disliked by the president of Jocelyn because of his abilities as a teacher and his independence of mass opinion, Mulcahy believes he is being made the victim of a witch-hunt. Plotting vengeance, Mulcahy battles to fight for justice and, in the process, reveals his true ethical nature.


Baker & Taylor
When literature instructor Henry Mulcahy is informed that he will not be reappointed for the following year at Jocelyn College, he is convinced that he is being made the victim of the president's academic witch-hunt

Harcourt Publishing
Henry Mulcahy, a literature instructor at progressive Jocelyn College, is informed that his appointment will not be continued. Convinced he is disliked by the president of Jocelyn because of his abilities as a teacher and his independence of mass opinion, Mulcahy believes he is being made the victim of a witch-hunt. Plotting vengeance, Mulcahy battles to fight for justice and, in the process, reveals his true ethical nature.


Book News
Reprint of the 1951 original (which is endorsed by BCL3 ). Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

Publisher: New York : Harcourt, Brace, [1952]
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 0156372118 (pbk)
Branch Call Number: FIC MCCARTHY
Characteristics: 302 p. ; 21 cm

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