Tuesday, September 03, 2013


According to Kindle, I'm only 13% into the new bio, published today, but already I think it is first rate. It's presented like an oral history. The opening chapter on WWII D-day landing at Utah beach, which S was part of, is devastating in war's grisly detail. The author's thesis is that S suffered from PTSD all his life. The opening helps establish this.

This is engaging reading. More later and along the way.

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