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Well, since I can’t sound smart anymore about my reading of “Going to the Dogs,” I suppose that I can attempt at “Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned.” To me, this is the best story that we have read by Wells Tower. … Continue reading
The character of Bobby really baffles me in the beginning. The idea that two divorced people could still be civil and friends after the fact is just strange, different even, from what I know. Bobby is tied to the three … Continue reading
“I am just a businessman, not a poet,” Robert Olen Butler’s narrator declares in the opening of the story “The Trip Back.” Here is the quintessential example of the unreliable first-person narrator, for despite his adamant objection, this man is … Continue reading