Tag Archives: Thomas Wolfe

Revisiting Can’t

In Thomas Wolfe’s You Can’t Go Home Again, the voice of the earth, revealing a mottled cast of characters, consisting of the inexperienced and the experienced, the unbridled and those who have been bridled by time, confronts George Webber the … Continue reading

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You Can’t Go Home Again

“Child, child,” it said, “have patience and belief, for life is many days, and each present hour will pass away. Son, son, you have been mad and drunken, furious and wild, filled with hatred and despair, and all the dark … Continue reading

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Voting as Liturgy

I had every intention to whittle away my evening, passively lurking on various fora and blogs, but the most recent blog entry by the always thought-provoking¬†Arturo Vasquez has compelled me to put in my inflated two cents about the particularly … Continue reading

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