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Harvard graduate student John Frame had just one more class to take before his degree, but he decided that his education needed additional rebooting. While still enrolled and finishing his course in Spanish, he decided to spend ten weeks living outside unprotected with the homeless in Cambridge's Harvard Square. For him, and now for his readers, it was an incomparable schooling, a way to see how the disenfranchised really live. Homeless at Harvard possesses not one ounce of self-congratulation or condescension. Nor does it read like a cold anthropological tome. With its accounts of real human suffering and hard-won camaraderie, it is a spiritual document through and through. A trade paperback and NOOK Book original.