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Brom Bones (Drawn by Doug Hammel) "Devil take that Schoolmaster!"

A Street Car Named Desire on Broadway with Blair Underwood and directed by Emily Mann. http://www.allticketsinc.com/B_play.htm#astreetcarnameddesire

A Street Car Named Desire on Broadway with Blair Underwood and directed by Emily Mann. http://www.allticketsinc.com/B_play.htm#astreetcarnameddesire

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Leonardo DiCaprio y Carey Mulligan en El gran Gatsby http://sumacultural.unir.net/201305169850/el-gran-gatsby

September 24, 1896 F. Scott Fitzgerald born in St. Paul, Minnesota. American short-story writer and novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald is known for his turbulent personal life and his famous novel The Great Gatsby.

September 24, 1896 F. Scott Fitzgerald born in St. Paul, Minnesota. American short-story writer and novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald is known for his turbulent personal life and his famous novel The Great Gatsby.

AndTopherToo: Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe. A lunch that will take you back in time! #SouthernLiving #JulietteGA #AndTopherToo

AndTopherToo: Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe. A lunch that will take you back in time! #SouthernLiving #JulietteGA #AndTopherToo

Wilson is very hardworking and faithful, and his wife Myrtle does not respect him.  But Wilson blames himself for his Myrtle's death and feels very guilty about it, which is perhaps why he shot himself.   Wilson is also the only character in the book who talks about God, a reminder of the lack of religion of the upper class. After finding out about his wife’s affair, Wilson tells Myrtle “God sees everything,” but his comment is also referring to himself and his reasons for committing…

Wilson is very hardworking and faithful, and his wife Myrtle does not respect him. But Wilson blames himself for his Myrtle's death and feels very guilty about it, which is perhaps why he shot himself. Wilson is also the only character in the book who talks about God, a reminder of the lack of religion of the upper class. After finding out about his wife’s affair, Wilson tells Myrtle “God sees everything,” but his comment is also referring to himself and his reasons for committing…

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