To Mark the 23rd Anniversary of Walker Percy’s Death

So encouraging, refreshing to see some still asking the hard questions. Percy is a great example, an inspiration to those that have the interest, courage and willingness to go out on a limb on the remote chance of locating the pulse and promise life as it is lived, the big things we sense but do not apprehend, and understanding how and why it is

About Margaret Jean Langstaff

A lifelong critical reader with literary tastes, a novelist, short story writer, essayist, book critic, and professional book editor for many years. A consultant to publishers and authors, providing manuscript critiques and a full range of editorial services. A friend and supporter of all other readers and writers. A collector of signed modern first editions. Animal lover and tree hugger. Follow me on Twitter @LangstaffEditor
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3 Responses to To Mark the 23rd Anniversary of Walker Percy’s Death

  1. Yulia says:

    Hmmm what if Jane Austen were mashed with James Joyce? Leopold Bloom meets George Wickham? For epmlxae, given the track record of criminals escaping capture, it would no doubt promote the most overall good for Spider-Man to kill his most dangerous adversaries—Venom, Doc Ock, the Green Goblin—rather than allow them to continue their harmful criminal sprees again and again and again after escaping imprisonment. Holy spit so anti-heroes are the most heroic of all?


  2. And furthermore (haha) Anti-heroes as Real Heroes is just the kind of tautology I get trapped in myself.


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