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Monday, October 26, 2009 [new posts at the top]
Just listen to Todd: “We have a really good football team.”
Listen to Coleman on Eltoro: “He’s a real Auburn man. That’s how you fight back and come back and have an outstanding game like he did.”
War Eagle, men. — [JDH – 4:39 p.m]
*** Late start today. Happy Birthday Mumsy!
He considers his best work to be “A Cry of Absence” — a book concerning race and murder in rural Tennessee that Southern Magazine once called “the last pure tragedy written by a southerner.”
It was published in 1971 and was to be made into a movie. Jones even drove out to Holly…Wood (he drawls a pause between “Holly” and “Wood.”), but it never happened. Part of the reason, he says, was a negative review in Time Magazine. He refers to the reviewer as “that bastard.”
— [JDH – 11:06 a.m]