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University of North Carolina (English)
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University of California - Berkeley (PhD)
I have a PhD from University of California - Berkeley. I have taught workshops and classes worldwide--in Central Europe, in the subcontinent, in Asia, South America, Africa and the U.S. With your commitment to learning, and my love of learning and knowledge of literature and English, our job is to make you successful. That means, not just achieving good grades, but learning to think well, see and understand different perspectives, and recognize the insights about life that literature provides.
I studied English literature as undergraduate, then went to school in Great Britain, and finally completed a doctorate in British literature. I am interested in words and in language, and how people talk to one another, in formal and friendly settings. In the English language, there is just the 'right' word to express how you feel and how you think. If you expand your vocabulary, you will command attention, understanding and, yes, power.
Learning is an amazing voyage--I've been on it for many, many years. Let me know when you would like to start on that trip, and, I think, you will be surprised at what you find. I have a PhD from University of California - Berkeley. I have taught workshops and classes worldwide--in Central Europe, in the subcontinent, in Asia, South America, Africa and the U.S. With your commitment to learning, and my love of learning and knowledge of literature and … Read more
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