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Mary Asher Short Stories : A Study in Irony

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Book Id: WPLBN0000701295
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Title: Mary Asher Short Stories : A Study in Irony  
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Fiction Literature

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Fiction Literature

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Excerpt: 'The business school,' she often snorted, 'should be in a trade school, not in a university. 'I am not after racism or sexism or money,' she thought, as she was preparing for her graduation from the History Department. 'I have learned from the mistakes of past generations. I know the oneness of humanity and that the greatness of the best civilizations has been in the heart and not in the economy.?

Table of Contents
Table of Contents18 19 How to Succeed in Business Without 20 Really Being Conservative ................. Page ______ ..... Line 37 21 22 There Are Bugs in Paradise ................ Page ______ ..... Line 235 23 24 Nobody Got Fired (An Improbable Ending) ... Page ______ ..... Line 413 25 26 Psychology Of Entitlement ................. Page ______ .... Line 653 27 28 Love, Death, and Money .................... Page ______ .... Line 897 29 30 Proxima Woman (A Christmas Story) ........ Page ______ ..... Line 1235 31 32 The Assassin Bug (A Happy Ending 33 For Mary Asher But Not For Others) .......... Page ______ .... Line 1683 34 35 ============================= 36 37 'How to Succeed in Business38 39 Without Really Being Conservative'40 41 Copyright 198542 43 by 44 45 Cyanosis@bga.com46 47 Mary Asher always hated fraternities and sororities. They stood for48 beer busts and racism and sexism. They were full of business students49 who always wanted to make money and who did not respect the real academic

 

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