Blogger John Fleming *63
The musings of a towering figure on the faculty
Fleming, who taught English at the University for four decades, writes about all kinds of subjects, from the meaning of a word used in a New York Times story to making grape jelly with his granddaughters.
On plagiarism: “Medieval plagiarism was abundant, but it was of a completely different sort. The idea was to pass off your work as somebody else’s, not vice versa.”