American writers constructed prose and poetry on a Puritan foundation . . . . . . but were haunted by
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I was too poor to buy books. No, I didn’t steal them. Years ago, I was asked by a local
I have very strong views. I do not often share them in public. Why? “Social media” communication can become persecution.
My door is always open. The boys troop in, not knocking, launching themselves into chairs beginning a conversation which had