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J.E. Gattis and the Quest for Strength

J.E. Gattis went to the woods, but not because he wished to live deliberately. That is something a transcendentalist poet would do, and the only thing J.E. Gattis hates more than a transcendentalist poet is every other type of poet. “Poetry is … Continue reading

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A Summary of J.E. Gattis, the Eternal Cavalier

It would be reasonable, should one suggest that “Rowdy” is the middle name of J.E. Gattis. A word which appropriately describes his moral compass is “unique.” He is surely the living death of American pietism. For two jugs of wine and a … Continue reading

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