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"Mr. Mooney!" Perini cried out. He was still calling our names in that sharply rising
, stabbing voice every time a student was selected for the case. Mooney was a
long, thin, mild man, extremely quiet and barely expressive. He glanced up with ...
Something terrible. Right now Perini looked mad enough for murder. And
Mooney would have to carry that worry for the next five days. The class sat
stunned, absolutely still. Perini leaned over the seating chart and made a furious
mark on it; ...
A few students stuck up for Perini. Ned Cauley said it was a single error on the
part of a great teacher and that it should be overlooked. A number of people said
it was a matter between Mooney and Perini. Mooney himself was of that opinion.
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ONE L: The Turbulent True Story Of A First Year At Harvard Law SchoolUser Review - Kirkus
Like the hero of the book-then-film, The Paper Chase, Turow got all frazzled—smoking, drinking, making and breaking psychiatric appointments—by his first year at Harvard Law School (1975-76), the ... Read full review
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