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The cover for this delightful collection of interconnected essays is the famous photo taken in 1932 of 11 ironworkers enjoying a relaxed
Comparing himself to Flannery O’Connor, the novelist Walker Percy describes himself as a writer of the Catholic perspective in the 20th cent
Poor, dear, old Mother Machree: in these nine stories she’s long dead and buried, God rest her and keep her.
Trust receives no flag-draped coffin, no posthumous medals and stirring eulogies, but it has ever been a tragic casualty of war, and we have