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One morning in the midsemester of my first year, Tolson asked me to remain after class. “Farmer,” he said, after the others had left the room, “you’re doing good work. Infact, you’re doing A work, but if you don’t do better, I’m going to flunk you.” As I reeled from the incongruity of his words, […]

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