Cloyne Court - Dodie Katague Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Dodie Katague / ISBN: 0981955339 / Publication Date: 2009 / Publisher: Three Clover Press
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~When student life was very different from today~ Student days are for many people the best days of their lives. Free at last from parental supervision and not yet encumbered by the responsibilities of work, marriage and mortgages, the years at university or college can be fantastic if faced with an open mind and plenty of energy. Perhaps this was more true in the days before the introduction of massive student loans and tuition fees. Cloyne Court by Dodie Katague is a student 'coming of age' novel set in one of the wildest times and settings. As California turned on, tuned in and dropped out in the mid-1970s, Berkeley students benefited from the ... Read the complete review
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