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By Jean Hanff Korelitz

"Admissions. Admission. Aren't there aspects to the note? And opposing sides...It's what we permit in, yet it's additionally what we enable out."

For years, 38-year-old Portia Nathan has refrained from the prior, hiding in the back of her busy (and occasionally punishing) occupation as a Princeton Universityadmissions officer and her liable household lifestyles. Her reluctance to confront in truth unexpectedly crushed by means of the resurfacing of a life-altering choice, and Portia is confronted with a unprecedented try. simply as hundreds of thousands of the nation's brightest scholars look forward to her determination relating to their educational admission, so too needs to Portia make a decision no matter if to make her personal final admission.

Admission is instantly a desirable examine the advanced university admissions approach and an emotional exam of what occurs while the secrets and techniques of the earlier go back and shake a woman's lifestyles to its middle.

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151 S. o. S. 29. L. ] 238. ] 238 Anm. 4 spricht von den termini idillici“ des Gedichts. Zur ” Verwendung des Begriffs in der antiken Literaturkritik vgl. M. Fantuzzi, DNP s. v. Eidyllion. ¨ 152 Vgl. den Uberblick in DNP s. v. Bukolik; B. Effe/G. Binder: Antike Hirtendichtung. D¨ usseldorf 2001. ] 7 ff. 32 Einleitung den Anf¨ angen bis in die Sp¨ atantike deutlich gewandelt. W¨ahrend in archaischer und klassischer Zeit stets der Mensch im Vordergund stand und Naturschilderungen wie die der Grotte der Kalypso (Hom.

1049. 149 Vgl. RE V A [1914] 698–702; unsicherer Werktitel Chorographia. 150 Ordo urbium nobilium, verfaßt allerdings wohl erst nach seiner R¨ uckkehr nach Bordeaux. Zur Chronologie vgl. ] 16–18. ] 735. Vgl. auch zu V. 31 und unten S. 33 (Landschaftsbeschreibung). 151 S. o. S. 29. L. ] 238. ] 238 Anm. 4 spricht von den termini idillici“ des Gedichts. Zur ” Verwendung des Begriffs in der antiken Literaturkritik vgl. M. Fantuzzi, DNP s. v. Eidyllion. ¨ 152 Vgl. den Uberblick in DNP s. v. Bukolik; B.

S. 22): Der Leser befindet sich eingangs auf der Heerstraße durch den Hunsr¨ uck, dann steht er auf einer Anh¨ ohe u ¨ber dem Moseltal, der Hymnus ab V. 23 reflektiert die optischen Eindr¨ ucke unmittelbar vom Flußufer aus; ¨ahnlich V. 196–199. 166 Einbezogen in diese Spannung sind auch die typologischen Denkformen, die in der Mosella auftreten: Valentinian erschließt als neuer Alexander bislang unbekannte Regionen (V. 424) und sichert den Rhein als verus limes in Erf¨ ullung Vergilischer Prophetie (V.

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