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John Updike ‘tomahawk’ swing v. Notah Begay III Stanford New Mexico golf great

 

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I’ve used the word ‘memoir’ 65 times here, one-third of which have been since registering for Lynn Stegner’s class

I will have to look into this. I remember it well. You wore blue, the Germans wore black. He said, “but my wife is not in a wheel chair”. Distribution of word “memoir” in Plastic Alto, by year: 2019: 15, … Continue reading

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Ted Hoagland’s three nature essays in Sports Illustrated, all in the 1970s

OR: TED, NOT DEAD, HEAD “In a Lair with a Bear,” Sports Illustrated, March 26, 1973 “A Mountain with a Wolf on It,” Sports Illustrated, January 14, 1974 “Big Frog, Very Small Pond,” Sports Illustrated, March 3, 1975 (from Lynn … Continue reading

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Memoir from the bygone five minutes

I went to the basement of a building built in 1988, the west lobby, Littlefield, to register for a Stanford extension course. I was pleased I have chosen to come here in person ; The course is limited to 21. … Continue reading

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Colorado dissent debate and Lytton Plaza

The Chronicle teed me up and the New York Times online hit me home about some noise out of Arvada, Colorado where a school board wants to revise U.S. History so as to produce a citizenry that is less likely … Continue reading

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