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No one can be disappointed who does not have ideals to begin with; no one can be wounded by life who has not felt deep commitment. Solomon Papper's slender, moving valedictory, by turns pungent and poignant, harsh and gentle, severe and constructive, is the testimony of an academic veteran who felt his share of the blows and came through with his hopes intact.
This book is not an autobiography or a history of 35 years in academic life. Rather, it is a summing up, a sharing of insights, with some prescriptions for the future, based on long experience and much
Thirty-Five Years in the Tower.. Ann Intern Med. 1986;104:140. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-104-1-140_1
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