mardi 17 avril 2012

Thomas Wolfe, YOU CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN, New York, Perennial, 1989 [1940], 576 pages.

From his early childhood, when he was living like an orphan with his Joyner relatives back in Libya Hill, he had dreamed that one day he would go to New York and there find love and fame and fortune. For several years New York had been the place that he called home, and love was his already; and now he felt, with the assurance of deep conviction, that the time for fame and fortune was at hand.

p. 18. 

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