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by Aaron Britt last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:23 AM
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by Aaron Britt last modified Sep 21, 2010

by Aaron Britt One of the joys of visiting Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to see Rick and Susan Moreland's house for one of our October features was chatting books with Rick. He's the head of the English department at Lousiana State University, and before long he was describing a recent reading of Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go with a group of science students. At dinner that night, looking down on the Mississippi River, we discussed Twain's shaky relationship with James Fenimore Cooper (my wife loves Twain's takedown of Cooper's The Deerslayer; I can't much see the use of it), and as Rick drove me to the bus station the next day we jawed over Frost's the subversive wit. I got back in touch with Rick yesterday to see if he'd muse on architecture, literature, and the design of his house. Here's what he said:




 

 

moreland reading crop

by Aaron Britt

One of the joys of visiting Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to see Rick and Susan Moreland's house for one of our October features was chatting books with Rick. He's the head of the English department at Lousiana State University, and before long he was describing a recent reading of Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go with a group of science students. At dinner that night, looking down on the Mississippi River, we discussed Twain's shaky relationship with James Fenimore Cooper (my wife loves Twain's takedown of Cooper's The Deerslayer; I can't much see the use of it), and as Rick drove me to the bus station the next day we jawed over Frost's the subversive wit. I got back in touch with Rick yesterday to see if he'd muse on architecture, literature, and the design of his house. Here's what he said:

 

 

 
 
 

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