"I choose to travel here, to this version of America in the nineteen-fifties, because there were half as many of us in the country then as there are now, because it was a time when every town had, as Eudora Welty once said, an individual face, like that of a person."Full Story: The New Yorker
Thursday, June 04, 2015
Return To Fall River
Thomas McGuane relives his boyhood visits with his Irish Catholic family in the Massachusetts town.