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Glimpses through the Forest as college reading

In browsing through the interwebs, I was excited to discover (randomly) that Glimpses through the Forest has made it into the reading list of an honors English course titled Exploring Cultural Contact Zones: Analyzing Cross-Cultural Conflict, Dialogue and Exchange at Texas Christian University.  I would love to hear from students and teachers about their thoughts on the book, as well as the overall class.  Thank you!

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