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July 17, 2010


Rodger Cunningham

I hope Don Block's "Young Goddamn Brown" was deliberate.

Don Block

I think Hawthorne's "Young Goddamn Brown" works very well these days in 2020. It is an unsettling story, and Hawthorne clearly anticipated and would probably not be surprised by what is happening to this country as I write.

Sonia  Fredj

Just happened upon your site. I went to PS181 and Walt Whitman (PS246) and then on to Erasmus. I, too, remember Miss Dusenberry. She was quite something for those times.

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