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They Speak So Much and Know So Little

I think it is an incontrovertible fact that few not from the South understand the South. Sure, they can put on airs and use high-falutin’ language to psychoanalyze things, but the answers for them are always the same: racism, exploitation, … Continue reading

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Secession: A Case of Wuthering Heights Syndrome

In Wuthering Heights, Emily Bronte plumbs the depths of a sick, tortured, possessive, soul-eating sort of romance between Heathcliffe and Catherine; it is one of the few books I could not complete because of the sheer disgust that the above-named … Continue reading

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