Miraculously Builded in Our Hearts: A Dartmouth Reader
Edward Connery Lathem and David M. Shribman
Dartmouth College, 1999
Copyright © 1999 Trustees of Dartmouth College
About the Book
This Reader, addressed particularly to Dartmouth graduates, students, and friends, will also appeal to others interested in the history of higher education in America. "While preparing this volume," the editors write, "we developed fresh appreciation for that peculiar slice of humankind known as the men and women of Dartmouth, who in Hanover learn to analyze the verse of Milton, explore fluid dynamics, wrestle with Lu Xun, confront Aquinas, discover radiogenic isotope geochemistry, climb Moosilauke, build their own kayaks, sharpen an ax with a dual-grip handstone, and slip across a snowy campus on cross-country skis to an early morning class on Flaubert."
About the Electronic Publication
This electronic publication of Miraculously Builded in Our Hearts was made possible with the permission of the authors. University Press of New England created the PDF file from a scanned copy of the book.
Published with permission of the authors within. Due to copyright restrictions some of the content has been redacted. Please refer to the print edition.
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Bibliographic InformationPublished by Dartmouth College Hanover, NH , 1999. ISBN 9781584650546, 408 pages. This book was designed by Roderick D. Stinehour (Dartmouth Class of 1950) and printed at The Stinehour Press, Lunenburg, Vermont.
Print edition: LD1438.8 .M57 1999