Stover at Yale

Stover at Yale is a novel by Owen Johnson, first published in 1912. The novel follows the life of Dink Stover, a young man from a small town who comes to Yale University to study. The story portrays the social and academic life of Yale during the early 1900s and the challenges faced by Dink Stover as he navigates through his college years.

The novel became very popular upon its release and was considered a classic representation of college life in America. It was particularly popular among young adults and college students, who could relate to the experiences and struggles of the protagonist.

Owen Johnson (1878-1952) was an American author, playwright, and journalist. He was born in New York City and graduated from Yale University in 1900. After graduation, he worked as a journalist for various publications, including the New York Times, before turning his attention to fiction writing.

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