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Poetic Prose: Bill Bryson

In A Sunburned Country “From a distance it has a kind of gallant restraint, majestic but not assertive, but up close it is all might. It soars above you, so high that you could pass a ten-story building beneath it, … Continue reading

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Poetic Prose: Bill Bryson

In A Sunburned Country “Kangaroos hopped into the expansive foreground and began grazing picturesquely, and the sun plonked onto the horizon, like a stage prop lowered on a wire, and the towering western skies before us spread with color in … Continue reading

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