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Bright's Passage by Josh Ritter
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Sep 14, 11

Read from September 10 to 14, 2011

Ritter has been reading a lot-- a LOT-- of Cormac McCarthy. That isn't a bad thing, of course; there's some lovely language here, and the back-and-forth parallel narratives of the First World War and later events at home work well. Some of the Southern gothic elements are a bit over the top, however, and you never really get at the protagonist's internal life, why he makes the choices he finally does. I'll look forward to Ritter's second effort.

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