The elevator doors slide open on the fifth floor of 222 Berkeley St. in the Back Bay. As you enter the headquarters of the storied Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, home to classics like “Walden” and “Animal Farm,” a cheerful young woman pops out from behind a desk.
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