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-by that I mean a very comfortable and comforting read. I have always found Garry Wills writing to be clear , concise and never tendentious- simply entertaining and lays... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Gino
Interesting insight into a different life in Catholicism. Often repetitious but an altogether easy read, and an enjoyable one. Recommend it!Published 20 months ago by Patricia McGowan
Chapter 3, Dallas, of Outside Looking In (2010) by Garry Wills has the kind of insight which reflects America in a terminal stage of collective financial suicide. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Bruce P. Barten
Garry Wills has had a long and interesting career. He was born in 1934 and hence lived through some of America's (and the world's) most dynamic times. Read morePublished on June 23, 2011 by G.X. Larson
Makes me wonder how he ever achieved his earlier writing status...particularly his book on Augustine.
Much of his life seems by accident, just like mine, I guess. Read more
. . . "Let me tell you, son, of the famous people I have known."
Mildly interesting in parts. Pretty tedious in most. Read more
For one who has read most of his works, this is a bit of a letdown. The great Wills, the Wills of the Nixon, Washington, Reagan and Wayne bios; the Wills of the papacy and... Read morePublished on November 27, 2010 by Stephen Deasy