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Revisiting the failures of youth

By Tom Montgomery-Fate
September 27, 2009

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Nostalgia means homesickness - a pained longing to return to roots. In Robin Hemley’s new book, “Do-Over!,’’ he imagines nostalgia and the idea of home in a much deeper sense. For Hemley the journey home is the challenge of reconciling past and present lives - of undoing a lingering handful of regrets and failures from childhood and adolescence in order ... (Full article: 827 words)

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