By: Professor Rosa Kim, Suffolk Law School
“While we teach, we learn.” – Roman philosopher Seneca
As a quiet but thoughtful student in high school, I was especially invested in my senior English class with Mr. B. He had the ability to make 19th century literature riveting and relevant. He was excellent with words and used them to captivate us and to make us care about each literary work and author. This was his gift, or so I thought.
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