I am the bibliographic instruction and reference librarian at a public college. Some members of the English department recommend me to their students. I offer assistance in grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and paragraph development. My master`s thesis concerns William Faulkner`s tragic novels. I formerly taught advanced placement English at two schools in the Philadelphia area.
I have been one of the highest-ranked volunteers in this category for more than a decade.
B. A. and M. A in English; MSIS in Library & Information Sciences; graduate study in philosophy
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