A ROLLICKING ROMP THROUGH THE HALLS OF ACADEMIA, THE FAMOUS UNION by Michael Meyer has readers saying that it has "flashes of Vonnegut," that it is "an academic version of Catch 22," that it "is a hoot!" and that it is "one of few books that has made me laugh out loud."
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“He felt like a Samuel Beckett character right out of the theater of the absurd, right at home in the wacky world of existentialism, and the thought made him want to laugh, or cry, and yet this was not fiction. It was real life, his one and only.”
“And life went on, but with an as-of-yet unresolved big pig in the ointment that was Famous Union College, an institution instilled with the wonderful American pride of free speaking, determination, and grit, but also infused with the unwavering system of justice that ruled this beautiful spacious land from sea to shining sea, a place where what’s what was certainly not.”
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