Reading "The Lay of the Land" by Richard Ford I ended up with so many reading journals that an index became necessary. And here it is.
1 - Settling down with Frank Bascombe: the geography of the Land
2 - "The Lay of the Land", a title exposed
3 - Character vs. Author
4 - Descriptive greens: the pastel stains of Autumn
5 - Character building: Clarissa
6 - Happiness
7 - Marriage, the writer's wink
8 - Wondering, inner ramblings
9 - "(Why do so many things happen in cars? Are they the only interior life left?)"
10 - Sea-Clift's Elmer Fudds
11 - Love as communication
12 - Happiness (2)
13 - On survival
14 - Book 2: A Parade of human weaknesses
15 - Are you ready to meet your maker?
A few links
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