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used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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someone who thinks and acts like others in a group
  • The classes they taught were for no student's special development; their interests were the subject themselves—their passions were for the politics of the university, or of their own departments within it—and their overall view of us students was that we should conform ourselves to their methods of their disciplines of study.
    p. 440.2

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