Gonorrhea in a Taxicab /  Ernest Hemingway

Gonorrhea in a Taxicab /  Ernest Hemingway

    Before he went back to the front they went into the Duomo and prayed. It was dim and quiet, and there were other people praying. They wanted to get married, but there was not enough time for the banns, and neither of them had birth certificates … Luz wrote him many letters that […]

Clinging to Trouble/ William Faulkner

A fellow is more afraid of the trouble he might have than he ever is of the trouble he’s already got. He’ll cling to trouble he’s used to before he’ll risk a change. Yes. A man will talk about how he’d like to escape from living folks. But it’s the dead folks that do him […]