A BOOK OUT OF TIME Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman By Harold O. Wilson In 1962, after three years of graduate school in Massachusetts, I returned to the south to teach French at a prestigious boys school in North Florida. Born and raised in the south as was my wife, we are […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Rebellion and Indifference in Albert Camus’ “The Guest” and Shani Boianjiu’s “Means of Suppressing Demonstrations” by Harold O. Wilson The purpose of this essay is to compare the metaphysics and mythology of two short stories published fifty-three years apart. The similarity of their metaphysics is discussed as well as the profound difference in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Disparate Voices A Critical Analysis of Sue Ellen Thompson’s THEY By Harold O. Wilson Aunt Connie asked if I cut my hair this way on purpose—she’s hilarious. –Thomasin Parnes Sue Ellen Thompson’s, They, is uncommon for a book of poetry in that it distributes postcards written by her adult child, Thomasin, among finely-crafted […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Harold Wilson’s guest is Melissa Reddish, author and professor of English as well as Director of the Honors Program at War-Wic Community College in Salisbury. Melissa will discuss her latest book of short stories My Father is an Angry Storm Cloud. Reddish uses fantasy in her stories to peel back the veneer of normalcy covering her characters’ […]Continue Reading... No Comments.