You Can't Go Home Again

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You Can’t Go Home Again

revisiting his home town, a writer is disillusioned by what he sees. [Am. Lit.: Thomas Wolfe You Can’t Go Home Again]
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It'll be preceded by a single, You Can't Go Home Again, on May 17.
In the book's last photograph, which takes a sudden detour to a Fina gas station not in Oklahoma but in Texas, Ruscha makes shrewd fun of the pointed tensions between old and new conceptions of art - Fina providing a cinematic, European art-house emblem denoting "The End," and Texas offering a plainspoken, all-American reassertion that, no, you can't go home again.
Grange's story may contradict Thomas Wolfe's notion that you can't go home again, but Ruth's story emphasizes the fact that staying home or returning home for good can stifle certain kinds of people.
They say you can't go home again, but joining forces with Dave and Steve at Aquarius Advisers sure feels that way," said Webster, who has worked with Copithorne and Cooper in various situations for more than 20 years.
They say you can't go home again, but I hope that's not true for Bill Weld.

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