Bucknell University People: Bucknell University Alumni, Bucknell University Faculty, Presidents of Bucknell University, Christy Mathewson

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General Books LLC, 2010 - 262 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 53. Chapters: Bucknell Bison women's basketball coaches, Bucknell University alumni, Bucknell University faculty, Presidents of Bucknell University, Christy Mathewson, Philip Roth, Rob Andrews, J. Hillis Miller, Sr., Susan J. Crawford, Elmer Keiser Bolton, Matthew Bogdanos, Greg Skibiski, Dean Baker, Leslie Moonves, Berhanu Nega, Diane Allen, Caryn Navy, Ralph Waite, Edward Herrmann, Edward B. Lewis, Kenneth Langone, John Warren Davis, Colby Cooper, Neal Blaisdell, Peter Balakian, George Young, Jon Robert Holden, J.D. Trout, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Joseph R. Wood, Paul Clark, Charles Brandes, Ted Ammon, G. Dennis O'Brien, Shara McCallum, Jim Albus, Nicole Cooley, Joseph Welles Henderson, David Jayne Hill, Betsy Sholl, Karen L. Gould, Andrew Copelan, Ronald S. Baron, Ken Urban, William Durland, David Weinberger, Frances D. Fergusson, Leo P. Ribuffo, William Braucher Wood, Clarke Hinkle, Evan Coyne Maloney, Sunil Gulati, Ted Woodward, G.C. Waldrep, Ronald D. Liebowitz, Herbert Zearfoss, Lewis Merrill, Mike Lookingland, J. Scot Chadwick, Benjamin K. Focht, Weldon Wyckoff, George Ripley Bliss, J. Thompson Baker, Alexander McDonald, Martin Blumenson, Matt Daley, Jessica Livingston, Ken Jenkins, Bill Westenhofer, David Wood, Neely Bruce, Billy Rhines, Frederick Voris Follmer, William Drea Adams, William Hoeveler, Daniel Little, Stephen Bowen, Matt Gabler, Robert Mandel, Bert Daniels, President of Bucknell University, Bill Edgar, Bill Courtney, Richard T. Drinnon, Tom Mitchell, William Bucknell, John Howard Harris, Donald Cole, Lou Tomasetti, Doug Adams, William Adolphus Graham IV, Kathy Fedorjaka. Excerpt: Philip Milton Roth (born March 19, 1933) is an American novelist. He gained fame with the 1959 novella Goodbye, Columbus, an irreverent and humorous portrait of Jewish-American life that earned him a National Book Award. In 1969 he became ...

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