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The online version of the 6 highlighted pieces is both interesting and visually stunning. The Language You Cry In (California Newsreel, 1999). Some LACs like Bryn Mawr and Beloit are also very good, but with the usual trade-offs: small classes and generally closer ties to your professors, but the departments are much smaller and will not have the same comprehensive breadth of coverage in the field, not will they be able to privde the same depth in particular aspects of it as you'd get at a top research university.

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