Walter Moss: In the period depicted in The Kukotsky Enigma many people withdrew their “energy, emotions, and interests” from “activity controlled by the socialist state” to their own private realm.
Walter Moss: the young Dylan seems to have suffered no trepidation about knocking on this famous man’s door. “You’re Carl Sandburg,” he said, “I’m Bob Dylan. I’m a poet, too.”
Walter Moss: In most long-standing loving relationships, romantic love has to be expanded to such a deeper love or it will fade. The years can transform us from the beautiful or handsome young lovers we once were.
Walter Moss: We should be careful about being too sure we are noble and others ignoble, about whipping out judgments on those who act less heroically.
Walter Moss: Fuller fully understands that the ideas we each have are heavily molded by our own unique family circumstances, upbringing, and education, both formal and informal. Robert Fuller Nonfiction