to know that years after I misplaced it, I have finally recovered my copy of Wild Palms by William Faulkner. I found it today as I was straightening some books. It has been missed. Like most of Faulkner’s novels, it begins in a way that draws you in, like being rolled up in a great, rich carpet.
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This book contains the very famous line, “Between grief and nothing, I’d take grief.”