Tag Archives: Wendell Berry

Adult fiction

How Wendell Berry handles a steamy sex scene. Continue reading

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Thank goodness it’s over

Freedom of Fiction; Ideology: Straight-Edged Ruler in a Fractal Universe; Our Archduke Franz Ferdinand year; The Power of Language; Immigrants, State-by-State; more Continue reading

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Potpourri for the first day of Spring

MTD in Atlanta A Not Going Home Again story Wendell and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day The Return of Mark Sanford

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Confessions

My hope sometimes trumps my experience. I really don’t care for sports any more. When I was young and foolish, I was young and foolish. I weep at concerts. I am, relatively speaking, a real blue nose these days. I … Continue reading

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Lord’s Day, September 16, 2012

When the solution’s a problem. Exploiting the valuable, defending the beloved. Need prophets know about the electromagnetic spectrum? Hillbillies, yokels and perceptions. The lab versus the Cross. Incommensurable art. Boomers and Stickers. Perfectly assimilated, perfectly forgotten.

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Monday, August 6, 2012

Distilled advice from Wendell Berry. Who fired first? Can you understand this wisdom? What liberals fret about. Port William lives! Can Muslims really get away with anything?

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Lord’s Day, August 5, 2012

The Real Work, a poem by St. Wendell of Lane’s Landing. Freedom to say No, a quote from St. Flannery of Milledgeville. Southern Writers.

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