[percy-l] Whither Walker Percy? [First Things]
Eckert, Robert G SPC RES
robert.g.eckert at us.army.mil
Tue May 11 23:58:28 EDT 2010
Thanks for the heads up.
I subscribed to _First Things_ until they struck spooky. These conservatives advocate loco violence.
I don't think Walker Percy would have liked _First Things_.
Percy would have liked Obama.
But, Obama is definitely more Kennedy than knucklehead.
- CPL ECKERT (RET)
----- Original Message -----
From: Steve Petrica <steve.petrica at gmail.com>
Date: Tuesday, May 11, 2010 19:54
Subject: [percy-l] Whither Walker Percy? [First Things]
To: "Percy-L: Literary and Philosophical Discussion" <percy-l at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Whither Walker Percy?
> May 10, 2010
> Micah Mattix
> Today is the twentieth anniversary of Walker Percy’s death. He
> died at home
> in Covington, Louisiana on May 10, 1990 following a two-year bout with
> prostate cancer. He left us six novels and two works of
> nonfiction, as well
> as numerous essays, some of which were later collected in the
> posthumous *Signposts
> in a Strange Land*...
> Full essay at
> An archive of all list discussion is available at
> Visit the Walker Percy Project at http://www.ibiblio.org/wpercy
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