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Tom the Dancing Bug by Ruben Bolling for October 31, 2014

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    jmarkoff2  over 6 years ago

    I always found Hemingway unreadable anyway.

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    Donaldo Premium Member over 6 years ago

    Wow. Brilliant

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    steverinoCT  over 6 years ago

    Raise your hand if you’re reading this at work.

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    Malcolm Hall  over 6 years ago

    I think in many of his later books King has actually improved. And, with the exception of the Tommyknockers — oh, and that horrid and endless tome about the fates, I’ve always finished his books in one go.

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    kapock  over 6 years ago

    “And without pressing any buttons at all, J. Edgar Hoover is instantly informed about everything you do with it.”

    “Plummy!”

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    eddi_tbh  over 6 years ago

    File under ironic coincidenceThe Hemingwriter

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    aardvarkseyes  over 6 years ago

    Can’t say I agree with this – people are obviously still writing novels, many of them very good. What Internet distractions may be doing is keeping people who shouldn’t be writing novels from doing so.

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    Talking Bag  over 6 years ago

    Did you notice how Ernest’s turtle neck appears and disappears? I wonder…. if the clothes make the man than the retreat and emergence of the wool knit sweater’s neck, arguably the sweater’s head, signifies the dichotomy between Hemingway’s blusterous public persona and the tormented inner man. Perhaps his affection for the garment was cry for help, a visible symbol of his slow but inevitable race toward oblivion.

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    ickymungmung  over 6 years ago

    I almost read the cartoon! Woo-hoo!

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