Tag Archives: Thornton Wilder

Rivers, Bubbles, and Streams of Literary Echoes

I have always loved The Eighth Day by Thornton Wilder, even citing it sometimes as the one book I would select for a desert isle book due to the way it encompasses multiple books and stories. Add in the richness … Continue reading

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When Once is Not Enough: Books to Re-read

The Japanese have a word for unread books — tsunduko. I wonder if they have another word for the stack of books you intend to re-read? Mind you, there are plenty enough books in the world I still need to … Continue reading

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Unclog the Blog

My brain’s been bloated with thoughts, words and stories since before Thanksgiving. Afterwards, a kind of creative constipation overwhelmed me, as I thought through various blog entries. Time to get those creative juices flowing again, and so here I offer a spray of … Continue reading

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