· Never Say Goodbye by Quentin Rowan. (I’m not sure what year he graduated –it must have been in the 80’s or 90’s) Quentin made a big mistake and suffered severe consequences from the pitiless trolls of the Internet. He composed an entire book with passages purloined from other people’s work, and, more surprisingly, he got away with it to the point of seeing his efforts in print. Once a few readers recognized his plunder, he lost everything he valued. Plagiarism is academe’s most deadly sin, but I found myself rooting for Quentin from page one. A gentle and sensitive soul, Quentin had to claw his way out of a very dark place. That he came back and wrote this most original book is an astonishing act of redemption.