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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...
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...
May 20, 1957
IRON LIEGE: KUDOS AND '58Sirs:Kudos to your fine magazine. Whatever honors Iron Liege, Hartack, Jones, et al., richly deserve, your selection of the Derby winner two years in advance was the highlight of the 1957 Derby.
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