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    1. Rob Sisson Says:

      Really love the Abbey of Gesthemane. It is such a peaceful place. God bless the men who pray for us there.

    2. Eric Says:

      No guesses?

      Faulkner lived in Oxford, Mississippi. His house, Rowan Oak, is pictured above. He wrote The Sound and the Fury, which used the stream of consciousness approach. The disjointed mental flow of the post is stream-of-consciousness-esque.

    3. Jake Says:

      Your not far from Milledgeville, Georgia, home of the late Flannery O’Connor. I’d be more than happy to meet you here if you decided to make the drive further south.

    4. Jake Says:

      Ooops. Nevermind, I got a bit too excited in serving as potential tour guide that I skipped over the whole bit about your already being back in Michigan. Glad you had a good trip!

    5. mike Says:

      I tried to guess the prose style, but the post read so much like an ordinary blog or other contemporary writing, that I couldn’t see it!

     

     

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