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April 28, 1986 | Whitney Tower
A former writer for Sports Illustrated recalls the adventures of William Faulkner (right) and other literary notables who were assigned to cover the Kentucky Derby for this magazine
June 24, 1974 | Jonathan Yardley
Few themes recur so insistently in American literature as that of boyhood: it has been a preoccupation of writers as diverse as Booth Tarkington, William Faulkner, Mark Twain, Frank Conroy and Thomas Wolfe.
March 04, 1968 | Garry Valk
Achievement in sport is, essentially, the province of youth. The classic story on the subject is the one about Stan Musial, in his final big-league season, meeting President Kennedy in the White House. "Stan," said...
January 14, 1963
Sirs:Thank you for a wonderful Christmas present—Catherine Drinker Bowen's (Dec. 24). I wish every child in America could read it. It has the surge and vitality of America. And it also has the wonderful...
December 24, 1962 | Catherine Drinker Bowen