Quaecumque vera by Taryn Peters
Whatsoever Things Are True

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"""Someday, someway Diana Lynne Esther Collingsgate, you're going to emerge from your isolated academic cocoon, and when you do, I want to be here to see if you've turned into a butterfly or a pterodactyl.""
Up until her final year at Western University, Diana has been content to live a sheltered life immersed in her studies. What she doesn't know when she enters English 550 that fateful September day, is that she's in for the shake-up of her life. All she knows is that there's a new professor teaching the class.
Perhaps Diana's confused reaction can be expected from someone who faces life with her head buried in the sand. At least, that's what her best friend Adrianne Eaton thinks, who fears if something isn't done, Diana will end up an airy pearl of wisdom floating around the universe interfering with someone's fun.
While Diana doesn't plan to metamorphose, neither does she expect to meet someone with the undaunted resolve of Dr. G. L. Brantwood. To Dr. Brantwood, conversation is a war of words. Not one to debate her views, Diana discovers the wisdom in honest discourse, as gradually she learns to share the flowers of her heart."

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Published May 6, 2008 by iUniverse. 347 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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