People Behaving Badly
Many greet the clean slate of a new year by pledging to chalk up only virtue and moderation.
I Don’t Want Much, But I Must Have It All
Once people hear “religious husband,” they lend two thousand on the spot.
Above all else I appreciate skill and showmanship . . .
drawn by the myth of the streets of gold / Santiago Nasar arrives on rue Barclay and becomes a pusher
It wasn't our fault . . . it was mostly the fault of William Faulkner.