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The Examined Life

Calamity Jon

By Joshua Glenn
July 24, 2005

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WHEN GROTON NATIVE Jonathan Corum was in 11th grade, he was jabbed in the face by an overexcited classmate's sharp pencil; the incident left a tiny but permanent blue dot on his cheek. Thirteen years earlier, he was bitten on the finger by a squirrel while visiting the Granary Burying Ground on Tremont Street. Then, while a sophomore in college, ... (Full article: 314 words)

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