Posts Tagged ‘the voice is all’

“Today Thomas Wolfe has largely fallen out of fashion, but to read him in the 1940s was a rite of passage for the sensitive young person, who found in the story of Eugene Gant all the loneliness, rage and yearning of American adolescence…. “As soon as he started reading Wolfe, Jack [Kerouac] was certain he […]

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