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“Hundreds of People”

“Hundreds of People” In A Tale of Two Cities, Dickens’ great novel of the French Revolution, there is a scene where the book’s heroine says: “I have sometimes sat alone here of an evening, listening, until I have made the … Continue reading

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“On The Ground Again”

Abbie is back from San Antonio’s American Academy of Religion meetings, at which she talked to publishers’ representatives about her just-completed-book, Confessions of a Young Philosopher.  She found the presenting of it in “brief but compelling style” more stressful but … Continue reading

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“Agent”

“Agent” I may have a literary agent. At least, it’s suddenly a possibility. What happened was this. Every Friday I repair to a genuinely French café in a nearby town where I review the last six days and pull it … Continue reading

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