Tag Archives: Jazz Age

Tender is the Night

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All That Jazz

“Now once more the belt is tight and we summon the proper expression of horror as we look back at our wasted youth.  Sometimes, though, there is a ghostly rumble among the drums, an asthmatic whisper in the trombones that … Continue reading

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Roar

Teeth of a bandsaw, roaring through grist for the mill– Stories make warm ghosts.

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F. Scott Fitzgerald

Breastfed by the Muse, cradled in a green womb, warm– fool of the moon, torn.

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We’ll Always Have Paris

A review of Paula McLain’s The Paris Wife. Hemingway’s classic, A Moveable Feast, is a well-stewed blend of contradictions, much like the man himself. It is a crucible of a valentine, wrapped in vellum and barbed wire. Notorious for holding … Continue reading

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