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Happy Easter

“I must say I trust hatred more than love.  It is frequently constructive, despite the propaganda to the contrary; it is less frequently practiced by hypocrites; it is more clearly understood; it is painfully purchased and therefore often earned; and its objects sometimes even deserve their hoped-for fate.  If you love the good, you have to hate evil.  I cannot imagine a love so puerile and thin and weak-kneed it cannot rage.” — William H. Gass, “Fifty Literary Pillars,” from A Temple of Texts

Published inLit & CritWilliam H. Gass


  1. I get nervous when you wear the blue glasses, Tetman. If only I could come bearing chronic. . . .

  2. Have a hit for me, big guy. I’m feeling it all.

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