Moo

Moo

Book - 1995
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A satire on university life, describing the rackets and the intellectual dishonesty that goes on. The setting is the U of Moo where research into the destruction of rain forests is tailored to suit the corporation funding the project.
Publisher: Toronto : A.A. Knopf Canada, 1995.
ISBN: 9780307472762
9780394281070
0394281071
Branch Call Number: SMI
Characteristics: 414 p.

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WVMLStaffPicks Nov 20, 2014

An amusing and ironic romp by the award winning author of A Thousand Acres. The reader is shown the foibles and fables of a mid-western university by a writer who has a wicked and witty eye for words.

lenorekuo Oct 18, 2014

I'm shocked that "Moo" didn't receive higher ratings. I received it as a gift when it was first published. Don't remember any book that made me laugh so hard. Of course, I was an associate professor in a VERY political and hostile department in Neb. at the time. And I have a very black sense of humor. I highly recommend this painfully accurate view of academic life to anyone who fits either description.

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