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O Death

O, Death O, Death won’t you spare me over til another year … — Unknown — I think a lot about death. I don’t think a lot of death, but recently I began to consider a notion of Death as … Continue reading

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Astonishment in the Head

For six months I have been working my way through my college professor Suzanne Marrs’s new book, What There Is to Say We Have Said: the Correspondence of Eudora Welty and William Maxwell.  At the end of Approaching Eye Level, … Continue reading

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