Come here to talk about Uwe Johnson's Anniversaries, covering May 13 - 19, 1968.
Here are some weekend thoughts! I didn't know I'd manage any thoughts these days, but behold! Now, are they of any interest? That's another question.
This week's New Yorker story is a new story from Katherine Dunn! "The Resident Poet" is going to be part of a collection coming in 2022, but we get a chance to see it now!
Come here to talk about Uwe Johnson's Anniversaries, covering May 6 - 12, 1968.
Betsy and Trevor are going to move on to Alice Munro's 2004 collection Runaway. Here is the post that will eventually contain all of the links!
Henri Bosco's Malicroix, translated from the French by Joyce Zonana, is a beautiful, terrifying exploration of isolation and nature. It's shot up to being one of my favorites!
The Criterion Collection recently released a home video edition of George Marshall's 1939 western, Destry Rides Again, starring James Stewart and Marlene Dietrich.
This week's New Yorker story is Allan Gurganus's "The Wish for a Good Country Doctor."
Come here to talk about Uwe Johnson's Anniversaries, covering April 29 - May 5, 1968.
Elizabeth Taylor's second book, Palladian, from 1946, shows she had a strong point of view and a genius ability to articulate it. Here are my thoughts on the novel.