Pera Wells (ed.): Ormond Papers Volume XXVIII

Cassandra Atherton


Ormond Papers Volume XXVIII, 2011
edited by Pera Wells
Ormond College, $15 pb, 178 pp, 97543624082


Ormond Papers showcases the academic work of Ormond undergraduates and the wider college community. This volume loosely explores issues of identity and space, opening with the Ormond-centric ‘Our Academic Home’, on the refurbishment of the Academic Centre. Robert Leach’s interview with Colin Barnes, the gardener, is a highlight, despite some ill-conceived questions (‘You’ve been here a while – you must like it!’).

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Cassandra Atherton

Cassandra Atherton

Cassandra Atherton is a poet and scholar.  She is a Harvard Visiting Fellow in English in 2015-2016.

Published in May 2012 no. 341

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