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The Ambassadors, Part 8

Henry James

Chapter 19

Strether rambled alone during these few days, the effect of the incident of the previous week having been to simplify in a marked fashion his mixed relations with Waymarsh. 14,696 more words

Fiction

THE UNTOLD LIE

Sherwood Anderson

Ray Pearson and Hal Winters were farm hands employed on a farm three miles north of Winesburg. On Saturday afternoons they came into town and wandered about through the streets with other fellows from the country. 2,377 more words

Fiction

IN SEARCH OF US 40: ON THE ROAD WITH FRANK BRUSCA.

In 1953, George R. Stewart published his ground-breaking highway book, U. S. 40.   It’s a book which uses photography and text to interpret the transcontinental geography of the United States from U.S. 432 more words

George R. Stewart

The Moby Dick Project: Log 2

Here is a long-delayed update on my progress in the Literary monster of a classic, Moby Dick: I’m on page 135 of 549. I have been reading this book for a month, and that’s as far as I’ve gotten. 364 more words

Summer Reading

Quote of the day

“I’ve got this personal feeling things are not supposed to be happening to people all of the time. At least I’m not designed for it. There should be more open spaces between events. 15 more words

Writing

Novel Romance

I love finding new novels to read, new authors whose previous publications I didn’t know existed and have not yet read.  I find life mixed into these stories, the full panoply of humanity.   290 more words

Literature

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