Thomas Wolfe

4 thoughts on “Thomas Wolfe”

  1. I first heard of Wolfe when Look Homeward, Angel appeared on a high school summer reading list, and he quickly became a favorite of mine; I went on to read all of his novels (including the posthumous You Can’t Go Home Again) several times, my two favorite being the aforementioned Look Home, Angel and Of Time and the River, and the biographies as well, including the one reviewed above. I haven’t read him since my 20s and while I believe it was a youthful infatuation that didn’t stand the test of time, I appreciate just hearing his name mentioned (hoping he isn’t being confused with Tom Wolfe), an I thank you very much for that. You have a great blog btw and I plan on following it. Thanks also for following me.

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  2. I loved this book (Look Homeward Angel) when I read it at sixteen but can hardly recall any details by now other than that I did love it. Having read the above I wonder how well it would stand up to my mature taste now. 🙂 A very interesting post!.

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