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of The Sewanee Review since 1973. Dr. Cecil C. H. Cullander is completing a book dealing with Thomas Mann and his ...
in it but sometimes you do later.” During the summers, his brother Cecil, two years older, worked and lived in town, ... the seventh and tenth grades, Stegner graduated from high school at 16, with his older brother Cecil. “I ... on this graduation platform. That could be difficult for [Cecil]. . . I was held to be smarter than he was, ...
like Philip Herriton and Cecil Vyse than like Gino and Mr. Emerson. The vein of cruelty that runs ...
and The Forbidden Experiment. Richard Cecil has published poems recently in Southern Poetry Review, American Poetry ...
and defiantly prejudiced; while the most pat cliche in the series occurs in the Mary Cecil Allen volume, ...
feeling in an interview with Sir Cecil Spring-Rice in September of 1914; and he was certainly aware ...
of subjective musical criticism of which Cecil Gray is now a recognized exponent. The work of each composer ...
to hell. But eventually this harsh doctrine was tempered by the invention of limbo where these unfortunate ...
limbo of shared drugs and illicit meetings in a car. A preoccupation with the physical details of each ...
with his own career hanging in a precarious limbo—with everything depending on the progress of his new ...

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