Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Great Regulars: These aging American writers seem to

have little in common, but after reading their recent collections of essays, I found they share similar concerns about American culture, especially religion.

Gerald Stern, 87, is an outspoken poet who endured--and never forgave--the anti-Semitism he found in his unforgiving Pittsburgh in the Depression.

from Bob Hoover: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: The common ground of worlds apart: essays by Gerald Stern and Marilynne Robinson


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