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Writing poetry and reading books causes brain damage.
We had made the error of staying small – and there is no more unforgivable crime in America.
A man's only got so many yeses inside him before he uses them all up.
In every southerner, beneath the veneer of clichés lies a much deeper motherlode of cliché. But even cliché is overlaid with enormous power when a child is involved.
I lived with the terrible knowledge that one day I would be an old man still waiting for my real life to start. Already, I pitied that old man.
She understood the nature of sin and knew that its most volatile form was the kind that did not recognize itself.
College was to teach me that I was one of life's journeymen, eager to excel but lacking the requisite gifts.
Losing well was a gift, but winning well is this stuff of the authentic manhood.
i was delighted I had offended her upholstered sensibilities.
These are the quicksilver moments of my childhood I cannot remember entirely. Irresistible and emblematic, I can recall them only in fragments and shivers of the heart.
Violence send deep roots into the heart, it has no seasons, it is always ripe, evergreen.
He was one of those rare men who are capable of being fully in love only once in their lives.
The desolate narrowness, the definitive thinness of experience is both the vainglory and the dead giveaway of a provincial man.
But even her demons she invested with inordinate beauty, consecrated them with the dignity of her attention.
I became one of those anonymous Americans who tries to keep his mind sharp and inquisitive while performing all the humiliating rituals of the middle class
It would always be my burden, not that I lacked genius, but that I was fully aware of it.
There are no verdicts to childhood, only consequences, and the bright freight of memory.