Cloyne Court by Dodie Katague

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In 1942, Cloyne Court was born as the original "Animal House." But the real story begins when Cloyne went co-ed in 1972 with the arrival of 62 women. Based on the author's journals, Katague's coming-of-age, reveal-all, creative memoir takes place in at Berkeley in the late 1970's, soon after the women moved in.

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Published December 28, 2009 by Three Clover Press. 328 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Biographies & Memoirs. Fiction

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My student days were a decade later and much more sedate but I enjoyed being reminded of student politics, fights over silly things like which brand of condoms to stock in the vending machine.

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I haven't been paid for any of the work I've done on Cloyne Court unless you count the profit from the first six books sold after Cloyne Court hit the market near the tail end of December 2009—a few days before New Year's Eve.

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