The 12 Days of Chrisman

The Harvard Classics is a 51-volume collection of classic literature that was curated by Harvard University president Charles W. Eliot in the early 1900’s. As legend has it, Dr. Eliot advised that all of the elements of a liberal education could be obtained by reading just 15 minutes a day from this “Five Foot Shelf” of books. I bought a collection of the Harvard Classics many years ago, alas, it was easier to find the used set of books than it was to find the daily 15 minutes. I was never one for the Ivy League.

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