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Multiple Viewpoints: Farrell is example; Writers come, go

By Leonard Bishop Sensible writers live with the knowledge that no matter how great or popular they become, they are quickly replaceable.  Who today, ever reads or remembers James T. Farrell? In the 1930’s, 1940’s, and into the 1950’s, writers … Continue reading

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