I Hate to See That Evening Sun Go Down
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One critic wrote that the world William Gay writes about is "a countryside so beleaguered and desolate even the dead were fleeing it."
Like Faulkner's Mississippi and Cormac McCarthy's American West, Gay's Tennessee is redolent of broken, colorful souls hard at work charting the pathos of their interior lives.
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