In most towns, foxes hang out wherever.
Westport is not “most towns.”
Our foxes pay sly homage to our literary heritage.
Alert “06880″ reader Jeff Giannone snapped this photo the other day. 23 more words
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“THE GREAT GATSBY” (2000) Review
I am amazed at how long I have ignored F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 opus, “The Great Gatsby”. I saw the 1974 movie adaptation of the novel years ago, but I found it difficult to appreciate the story. 1,575 more words
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Otherwise known as "girl"
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they are only
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Pen & Ink
After reading this classic novel last December, I felt a tragic sort of awe; Gatsby, to me, seemed a superhuman man of dreams beyond the capacity of civilization. 447 more words
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“She was beautiful – but especially she was without mercy.”
Fitzgerald’s second novel is a typically decadent tale of a jazz age tycoon-to-be and his destructive marriage to a distant but beautiful wife… and the bottle. 64 more words
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A Quiet Fall From Grace