Bill Gorton on Being Daunted: A Twitter Bio for the Lost Generation

 I'm rereading Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises for the first time in many, many years.  There are problems with it.  The brief observation below about one of Bill Gorton's better lines is in no way meant to mitigate other issues with the text.  "Ought not to daunt you.  Never be daunted. Secret of my … Continue reading Bill Gorton on Being Daunted: A Twitter Bio for the Lost Generation

Horses In Midstream: DH Lawrence, Ernest Hemingway, and Sherwood Anderson

I'm reading a three-story collection of DH Lawrence that anthologizes "The Woman Who Rode Away," St. Mawr (really a novella), and "The Princess." I've finished "The Woman Who Rode Away" and am a third through St. Mawr.  All three tales involve horses.  The first and last are about women who leave their normal lives on … Continue reading Horses In Midstream: DH Lawrence, Ernest Hemingway, and Sherwood Anderson