Sanity by Sunrise: A Night of Post-Teaching Stress Syndrome

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Xlibris Corporation, May 1, 2001 - Fiction - 192 pages
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Mr. Sherman, an old English teacher, retired now on his dreamed-of mountain top, is up in the night with another attack of Post-Teaching Stress Syndrome. For this self-diagnosed affliction, he tries ill-advised self-psychoanalysis and “encounter,” going for a cure--by morning. But this man has demons, and the night is long!
 

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Contents

Chapter One
9
Chapter Two
27
Chapter Three
39
Chapter Four
54
Chapter Five
69
Chapter Six
82
Chapter Seven
94
Chapter Eight
102
Chapter Nine
120
Chapter Ten
137
Chapter Eleven
151
Chapter Twelve
169
Chapter Thirteen
179
Chapter Fourteen
189
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Gary Weibye was born at an early age, as was the custom in Minnesota.  Two years later, America was plunged into war.  A coincidence, probably.  Comic books about the war got him started reading; a little rubber stamp outfit got him printing--menus, mainly, underfoot there in his mother’s kitchen; a Sears-Roebuck catalogue gave him the truth: life is a whole bunch of things!  He would write.  The rest of his career was school: elementary, secondary, college, then teaching, moving from the rural midwest to a southern city.  Whenever he wrote, he needled The Establishment, but The Establishment let him live.  He liked to place truths side-by-side and dare people to say they were unrelated.  He loved exposing elaborate fiascoes.  He was a reluctant participant in four decades of tinkering which produced a “Little Johnny” who can’t read, write, make change, or find his continent on a globe.  Weibye is retired now, and writing.

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