Education: Professor's Party

To many a gentle professorial spirit on warm nights comes an urge to see something of life. Last week it came to Professor Nathaniel Edward Griffin in his stuffy apartment near Harvard Square, Cambridge. Up to the end of the War, Dr. Griffin was assistant professor of English at Princeton. Later, when he helped edit Webster's Dictionary, he had his family to occupy him. But eight years ago he left Webster's to study and write, soon moved to Cambridge to be near the Harvard Library. There he lives alone, a tall, handsome, white-haired scholar with two sons away at school. When...

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