exercises in compound storytelling

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Prothero on Salinger

Still, I will be surprised if anything Salinger has to say in print after death is as eloquent a critique of modern American life as what he has said since he decamped for New Hampshire.
Stephen Prothero, the Religious Literacy guy, writing about J. D. Salinger, Quakerism, and silence as a spiritual and possibly creative practice, at Killing the Buddha.

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