More than a decade ago, when I shared with friends and colleagues that I was leaving Washington for a faculty position at Emory, many advised me to read Tom Wolfe's A Man in Full for its insights into the character of my newly adopted home. And I dutifully did so. Looking back, though, I ended up learning far more about character (and even Atlanta) from the man in full I was honored to work alongside than I did from that reading.
Robert B. Ahdieh,
A Man in Full,
Emory L. J.
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