Greed: The Seven Deadly Sins

Greed: The Seven Deadly Sins
Publisher: Oxford University Press | ISBN: 0195156609 | edition 2004 | File type: PDF | 120 pages | 1,85 mb

I ashamedly admit that I first came across Ms. Phllis A. Tickle, the writer, only a short while ago. However, I boldy proclaim that I had the experience of being a student of hers in 1963, when she taught Freshman Composition at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. She literally changed my life forever, and I majored in English due to her influence. She was known as one of the best teachers at Rhodes, and indeed she was. Never too busy for her students, she would stay overtime helping us with our writing and sharing her infinite wisdom with those eager to drink from her generous fountain of knowledge and experience. Besides evaluating her as a master teacher, I would say she was one of the kindest and most giving persons I have ever known. She was my anchor as a freshman that got me through the college experience.

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