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An Uncomfortable Angle of Repose

After discovering Wallace Stegner’s Crossing to Safety last year and being utterly entranced by it from start to finish, I decided to once more tackle his most famous work, Angle of Repose.  Twenty years ago I’d been unable to make … Continue reading

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The Savor of Friendship

As I’ve taken the time lately to re-introduce more “serious literature” into my reading diet, formerly composed largely of detective fiction, anthropological studies, and essays on art, I come to understand that there are books and authors that I’ve grown into and … Continue reading

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