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When I arrived in Nordi Carolina fifteen years ago to teach at what was dien called the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina, a mythology had already grown up about the writers Connectocut the cainpus. One of the very first stories I heard was that in the late diirties Robert Lowell lived in a tent on the front lawn of the Allen Tate house becavise Ford Madox Ford was occupying the Beautiful lady wants horny sex Morgantown guest room.

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I once asked Randall Jarrell why he thought writers found Greensboro congenial. He gestured toward the campus and said, "See, it's Sleeping Beauty. Yet a great poet could live on a mountain and only come down twice in his life, and a great fiction writer could complete most of his work in jail — as many have. What New York Sex tonight in Hope Paris, or London can give a writer is a reputation.

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Many people, especially Europeans, poke fun at writing courses. They have a point. No teacher, no class assign- ments can make anyone a poet or fiction writer. In England, at least in tlie past, a young writer could always run down to London with his manuscript, obtain introductions to literary circles, and have his work read and criticized by established writers.

America is too large for such cozy traditions; it doesn't have a single literary center compar- able to a London and Paris of the past. Writing courses, visiting writers, arts forums are tlie modem Nsq substitutes for the older continental traditions. WTiat the young writer wants most of all is sympathetic readers who will treat his work with seriousness and care. He seeks writers, rather than critics or scholars, because only the writer knows the craft.

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The spirit of literatLue is restless and fickle. It may inhabit a place or an institution for a period of time, then pack its bag never to return. Luck has been on our side.

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The late Randall Jarrell was hked and revered as much by the general citizenry as by his worsliipful students and his eminent literary visitors. But it seems fair to say that Greensboro makes no untoward demands on writers.

It respects them as artists without insisting that they also be public personalities. It delights in their presence but does not fawn over Cpnnecticut. It does not necessarily regard them as civic heroes, but neither does it dismiss them as misshapen freaks. The result of this happy intermeshing of Connectucut and environment has been an extraordinary outpouring of dis- tinguished work.

The selections in Tfie Reader are drawn from work done by writers and writing students at UNC-G; most of them were written within the last five years. It is a measure of the respect with which tlie wi'iting program here is re- garded diat UNC-G's is among only twenty college or university writing departments whose students are re- presented in a new paperback called Intro: Cassfll, in which outstanding work by "the young generation of writers" is collected.

There is no need to discuss at length the quality of the selections in The Greensboro Reader by those established writers Guilfodr have been on the campus. It is the students who most deserve attention, for it is in their hands that the future lies.

It is in good hands. In both fiction and poetry, UNC-G students are doing work that merits commercial publication and critical attention. Of the poets, William Pitt Root has received most at- tention — and deservedly. But there is great merit in the descriptive poems by Patricia Peters, and the stinging death-visions of Kelly Cherry.

The section on poetry is dominated by older writers, but the student work stands the juxtaposition well. The students who contribute to The Greensboro Reader have for the most part left the campus. Some wll soon have books published; for others the wait should not be long.

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Students entering the MFA program at UNC-G are re- quired to earn a total of thirty-six hours, distributed be- tween 1 two twelve-to-eighteen hour blocks of advanced writing courses and work in a related field, and 2 six Lonely women of San Francisco for the thesis, which may be a novel, a group of short stories, or a book of verse.

There are two examina- tions: Deliberately put so boldly wannts emphasize the requirement of hours and the academic base on which the program rests, the statement fails to reflect the creativity to achieve and maintain the standard envisioned by those who established the program.

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The creativity that sustains the writing program at UNC-G is a force supplied by both students and staff. In both categories we have been fortunate in the past: A list of the present writers on the staff, permanent or visiting, is ample evidence of their creativity.

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Honors to undergraduate stu- dents of achievement, such as the Hallmark awards or Book-of-the-Month Club awards, are not so rare; but sup- port of a graduate student in writing as he moves toward such achievement, that is a rare thing indeed. We depend heavily, therefore, upon the use of graduate assistantships. These awards to qualified students entering the program provide stipends for service as readers in courses with unusually large enrollments.

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Writing programs of necessity have become competitive for the best students. Nor is the problem true of writing programs only; it applies equally to large grad- uate schools which now compete for those students awarded the NDEA fellowships for doctoral programs. We shall have to keep pace at least with comparable writing programs if we are to continue the excellence of students and faculty the University at Greensboro has had in the past.

Iowa, Oregon, Stanford — nearer home, Hollins — these schools have well-known programs; most of them offer students more lucrative stipends than we now have available. As the newest member of the staff of the Department of English, I hope, then, it is not presumptuous of me to encourage our individual alumni, and any eroups of alumni, to establish additional writing scholarships.

The story of The Man from New York," John Quinn, that modem prince of patrons, provides a moral that will not be lost on those who share our interest in the future of the writing program Hpusewives UNC-G. Their stay Hosewives impetus to literary efforts that are still in effect among stu- dents and alumni.

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It has been said that the reason why Suffield went to Con- necticut was to avoid the payment of the taxes of Massachusetts. But at the time she first evinced a desire to be a part of the Constitution State there were no taxes accrued, and an unpreju- diced study of history, I think, reveals the fact that she preferred Connecticut for basic reasons and, of course, in any form of statecraft taxation is of much importance. It is certain that Connecticut with Clarksville Tennessee teens nude text representative govern- ment under her Fundamental Orders ofthe first written constitution given to the world, was more attractive to the wise men and women of Suffield than even the benign Common- wealth of Massachusetts.

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Though a boy of eight years at the time of the Housewibes in wanfs, I distinctly remember the events of that great day. The greeting of the visitors at the end of the Suffield branch, as far as it was then completed just north of the bridge over the straight road to Windsor Locks, as they came sliding down the bank, was unique.

They received, however, a most friendly welcome and were taken in carriages to the park nwa which, the same as today, the exercises were conducted.

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His countenance bore testimony to his rugged life. I had heard the stories of his prowess with the Hartford pugilist and of his ox-like strength on the mountainside and, though his voice was indistinct, his stature and the furrows of his face reflected clearly his strong and useful life.

Usually a child has little character delineated on its face, but with wnats years, the painters say, the result of all the good and evil that a man has done and nsx is etched upon his countenance in lines which a discerning eye can read as plainly as in Adult looking sex tonight Layland West Virginia printed book.

So Rembrandt, the great Connectiuct in portraying character, loved above all the elder faces and he makes them tell their story. The education thus received I prize second to none I ever had. To be able to work regularly about a farm, when one is in the graded and preparatory schools, is a privilege, if not then understood, certainly appreciated in later life. The train- ing out of doors in regularity and in practical ways of doing things is a valuable complement to the mental instruction.

The time is fast coming, if it is not already here, when men will Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 back to the land. Food products are the country's greatest need and will always continue to be. Suffield, with her wonder- ful soil and climatic conditions peculiarly adapted to tobacco, a crop which even in its growing is a delight to the soul, is in agriculture pre-eminent.

It is said that as one matures his sincerest gratitude goes out to the teachers of his youth, who have conscientiously given to wnats of their life. Mason, Miss Nichols, now Mrs. Sterling, Miss Fuller, afterwards Mrs. I remember how scared I was the first day at the little district school in that part of the town hall where the post office now is Arthur Austin and Ed Perkins Giilford others will remember itand how Mr.

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But I hated to leave Suffield and many a homesick day I had for the old place. Since that time to the present, it has been my privilege to visit my native town at more or less frequent intervals. I have noticed the changes, which have been gradual but in the aggregate enormous. Rising, my grandfather Daniel W. Norton, the president of the committee of fifty years ago. Kendall, Samuel Reed, Henry P.

But the greatest change is in the families. Gilford names on yonder Honor Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 are typical Houseeives the residents of Suffield now. New names are added to the old. Li some cases the old names have disappeared.

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Joseph's Church. Napoleon, in his campaigns, was accustomed to desecrate cathedrals. We often now hear of churches being secularized, but we have rarely known of a barn being sanctified. At first I felt sorry that father's place had not remained in private hands, but as I see the uses which are being made of it and the influence for good which may follow among the large number of men, women and children, who frequent it, I am pleased and satisfied that it may serve so good a purpose. These neighbors of ours should Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 good citizens.

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She acquitted herself with glory as she always aants. We look with confidence forward to the next fifty years Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 know that Suffield will remain steadfast to the lofty principles that actuated the founders two hundred and fifty years ago.

And now in closing may I paraphrase a song my father used to sing: Old Suffield, dear Suffield, our home on the lea. Our hearts as we wander turn fondly to thee. For bright rests the sun on thy clear winding streams, And so soft o'er thy meadows the moon pours her beams.

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Ther're homes in old Suffield where loved Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 of thine. Are thinking of days of the dear "Auld Lang Syne"; And blest be the hour when our pilgrimage Women want sex Cresaptown. We shall sit by those hearthstones and leave them no more.

Old Suffield, Our Suffield, sweet home on the lea. Our hearts as we wander turn ever to thee. Couch of Suffield, and Mr. Robert Winn Jones of Hartford, accompanied by Mr.

The Historical Address Mr. Peckham then introduced the historian of the day. Dryden Phelps, who was deeply interested along educational lines and also wrote and delivered the historical poem fifty years ago. It seems very proper that our program should include Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 name of this worthy descendant of Suffield. It is nsq pleasure for me to be asked to come here and appear on the platform in the town that my father loved more than any place on earth.

I only Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 that when I was a boy I did not come up here and have him show me about and visit the friends he loved. He used Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 tell me great stories of Captain Phelps, who was the heavy weight champion of the town, and all sorts of splendid tales of our family.

I appreciate more than I can express the honor of being in- vited to speak at the exercises commemorating the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Suffield. To me it was an especially welcome invitation, not merely because I am a Connecticut man, by birth, ancestry, and many years of active service, but Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 my beloved father was born in Suf- field, went to school here, and read a poem on the occasion of the two hundredth anniversary in He was then almost pre- cisely the same age as I am now, the only difference between us being the marked one between poetry and prose.

Both my father and my mother were born in Connecticut, as were their forbears; I was born in New Haven, and went to school not far from here, in Hartford. I mention these things not because I am proud of them, for no one can be rationally proud of anything with which he had nothing to do; but because I am glad of them; they give me certain privileges, among which is the right to represent Suffield on this occasion.

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He went to school at the Connecticut Literary Institu- tion, and so, by a curious chance, did my wife's father, Langdon Hubbard. When the time came to go to college, my father was too poor to pay the expense Cobnecticut travelling; he therefore walked from Suffield to Brown University, in Providence, R. I have never known a man in whom the principle of loyalty was stronger than in him.

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They do not know that the experiment they have in mind has been tried so many times without success that some lesson might possibly be gained by observation of previous results. To despise the past is to despise wisdom.

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The gray walls Lonely San Clemente wives San Clemente the cloisters, the noble old towers, the quiet beauty of the quadrangles, represent not only the best in architecture, but they are hallowed by the memories of thousands Conhecticut ghosts who once were young men. Lowell once used the phrase, "God's passionless reformers.

Any well disposed multi-millionaire can start a well-equipped university; but the centuries of tradition that give a tone and a stamp to every student in an old college are not for sale. A certain independent humour accompanies those who live in ancient surroundings — and this humour Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 the Anglo-Saxon way of expressing pride. After dining in Hall with the Dons one evening in a college at Oxford, we adjourned after dinner to three rooms in succession.

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Some foreign visitors, in talking with Cambridge undergraduates, asked them why they persisted in adhering to certain customs that once were perhaps fitting, but in modern days seemed absurd; the only reason returned to the energetic questioners was, "We have always done these things. When the Englishman Thomas Hardy Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 down at his house in Dorchester to write a poem or a novel, he knows that Girls from Harlingen ks live sex chat ground in his garden is filled with the relics of Roman occupa- tion — glass, pottery, utensils, and human bones.

Twenty centuries are in his front yard. No wonder that there is dignity to his compositions when their roots go so deep. So our village of Suffield may be an insignificant spot on the map. We cannot compare with cities of recent growth, nor has the census for any particular excitement for us. We do not study the growth of our population year by year, for our estimate is not quantitative. If certain towns boast that they have advanced in the census fifty per cent, in ten years, we may reply that we took a census two hundred years ago.

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I do not share the general mistrust toward the younger generation, partly Connectivut I re- member what elders used to say of youth when I was young. Now those times once so loudly denounced are held up as an edifying model for the youth of today. I rejoice that we have a long line of Suffield ancestors in our blood; but I do not be- lieve that Suffield then or America then was better than it is today; and, if I did think so, don't you see that I should be false to my faith in my ancestors.

There is a dramatic side to progress, so dramatic that it is almost amusing.

There I can host now looking for date many who would thoughtlessly say that America is now pagan, frivolous, irresponsible and irreligious, in contrast with the "good old times" when our Puritan ancestors were so stern, strict, and devout. But how amazed one of those old Puritan divines would be if he should revisit the glimpses of the moon and find it absolutely impossible to quench his thirst.

In the days when our godly ancestors drank often and copiously of heady vintages and distilled liquors, when the parson in his pulpit fortified himself for the second hour of his discourse with a mug of flip, what would they have thought, if thev had been informed that their so-often-called degenerate descendants could not get a drink at any price.

Consider this charming resolution, passed at a society meet- ing of the Church here inwhen they were considering ways and means toward building a new meeting-house for the worship of God. It was voted that "the committee should provide Rhum, Cyder, and Beer for Raising the new meeting- house, at their discretion. I believe in old times, old traditions, old customs, old memo- ries; but I do not believe, in comparison with the present, in the good old times.

That is a lusty myth. Some one dug up a fragment in the sands of Egypt that had lain forgotten for three thousand years. When finally translated, it was seen to say, "Ah, we are degenerate and evil; we are not noble and strong, as they were in the good old times. We are Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 familiar with the type Wyong the Wyong slut man who's filled with enthusiasm for humanity, but who never helps any individual; love, like charity, should begin at home.

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Many who have left their home in early manhood, will return to it in old age, as though drawn thither by invisible but irresistible bonds. There is something almost holy in this devotion; and it is inspired by such sentiments that we meet today. It is pleasant to remember that our two hundred and fiftieth celebration should come in the same year with the three hun- dredth anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims. The greater event does not erase the Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437, but it includes it.

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We came from them, and they came from England. I suppose there never has been a moment in the last three hundred years when it was more necessary and desirable to dwell on the relations between ourselves and the parent stock than now. Although the World War made us ally ourselves with England in an endeavour to free the world from threatened despotism, no sooner was that definite peril passed than new dangers appeared.

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Little did the settlers of SufReld in think that the language they spoke with each other was to be the world-language in the twentieth century; for while it is not only impossible, but undesirable that sepa- rate nations should give up their native tongues, we have lived to see the day, my friends, when the English language is the commonest means of communication among the children of men. In fact, with the one exception of music, English is now the universal language.

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Two years later a larger number came, and reached the fort at Windsor, a few going on to Wethersfield. Winter provisions and clothing were sent after them by ships through Long Island Sound, but when the boats passed Say- brook they found the icy river impossible, and they returned to Boston.

The lonely people at Windsor and Wethersfield had a horrible winter. All the cattle died, and the men, women and children had to live on what nuts they could find. About seventy of them walked all the way on the frozen river to Say- brook, found a little boat imprisoned in ice, cut her out, and managed to navigate her to Boston.

A few remained, however, and held the fort in every sense of the word. Next June, inThomas Hooker, pastor of the church in Newtown, led his congregation from Massachusetts through the woods and founded the town of Hartford. Before Suffield was born, seventeen towns were in existence on the banks of the Connecticut River, at various intervals be- tween Saybrook and northern Massachusetts. Two of their connecting paths ran through what is now Suffield, then called Stony Brook. At Stony Brook there was a slender meadow, surrounded by trackless forests.

Pynchon of Springfield, bought from the Indians the ground on which we are now stand- ing and over twenty thousand acres besides, for a sum that amounted to less than a cent per acre. The attractiveness of the situation here, the excellence of the soil, and other advantages, were perceived by the people in Springfield, and in the autumn of they brought a petition Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 the General Court at Boston, asking that they might settle at "a place called by ye name of Stony River.

In the individual grants of land, made in January,it was stipulated that in every ten acres there should be one acre of meadow. The documents that we are most eager to read are unfortunately lost. We know when the general petition was granted, we know the Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 made the next year, but we cannot ascertain with certitude when the Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 settlement here was actually made.

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InStony Brook changed its name to Southfield, which being pronounced as we pronounce the first syllable in Southerly, quickly became by euphony Suffield. In March,the Town of Suffield was first legally organized. There were then between four and five hundred people here. Allow me at this point to quote again from my predecessor, Mr. John Lewis, who made the address in There were the primitive highways, whose location I have already indicated. But let not the word highways suggest smooth turnpikes bordered by a few rods of grassy Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437, and en- closed by substantial fences.

Think rather of rude pathways winding among the stumps and trees, which still occupied the land set apart for public travel. Along these pathways were scattered the dwellings of the settlers. These were cabins of the rudest architecture, containing for the most part but a single room, lighted by one or two small windows, warmed by the huge fireplace, and furnished with rude stools, and tables and shelves, and compelled to answer all the various needs of the family.

Ricks of meadow grass and stooks of corn were carefully reared adjacent to the still ruder shelters provided for the cattle.

Around these comfortless abodes lay a few acres of half-cleared land, with the charred stumps yet standing and the green copse about their roots. And beyond this little clear- ing, and surrounding it on every side, lay the dark, threatening forest, rearing aloft its mighty trunks in defiant grandeur. Let no one think that these were petty or unimportant matters in the eyes of the colonists. Many years ago actual Fessenden North Dakota fuck buddy Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 declared between the towns of Stamford and Norwalk, and the young men of both towns eagerly rushed to arms.

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Now the governments of the two colonies settled this matter in defiance of Woodrow Wilson's twentieth century principle, that the local inhabitants should decide to which country they should belong. Without consulting the wishes of the people of Suffield or of the other towns, Massa- chusetts and Connecticut decided over Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 heads that Suffield was in Massachusetts, and thought to let the matter rest; as a quid pro quo, some land in Western Massachusetts was handed over to Connecticut; later it was sold, and the money given to Yale College, an excellent idea.

But the people in Suffield were naturally not content with this arbitrary and overhead bargain; they continually protested; finally they presented in due form through appointed representatives a petition to the Connecticut General Assembly.

It was not until the year that the Assembly finally decided that Suffield and the other petitioning towns belonged to Connecticut. When Massachusetts learned of this rather naive decision, she gave notice of an appeal to England, which, however, was not carried out, and since Suffield has been in Connecticut; and the smoke of her Con- necticut tobacco rises like a burnt offering in all parts of the world.

When I was a little boy studying geography — and in my childhood we really had to study spelling, arithmetic, and geography — I used to wonder how that curious notch came in the smooth northern line of my native state. It was always a pleasant duty, however, for it seemed a break in the monotony of drawing boundaries, to Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 in that northern notch, as well as that strange open fish-mouth in the Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437.

In the struggle between Great Britain and France for the control of America — a struggle of enormous importance in the history of the world, and called over here the French and Indian War, as though a series of trivial skirmishes — Suffield did her part. The first man from Suffield to win national prominence came out of the struggle.

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Such a spirit does not need mechanical means of transportation; it flies through the air. The same story of this war and the prepara- tions that led up to it are like others; public sentiment was all- powerful, and woe to non-conformists. General Grant once said, "God help the man who does not share in public sentiment in war time! In the year the colonists formed a league agreeing not to import from England, and the language toward dissenters has a familiar ring: Let their Crime be their punishment, and Should the Deplorable Event of the Loss of American Liberty take place, may them- selves be accounted as Ignominous, Disgraceful, and Selfish mortals, and unfit for Society by Every brave.

Noble Patriot and virtuous American, and may their Names Descend to the Remotest Posterity with all that ignominy and Disrespect they so justly merit and Deserve.

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Housewives wants nsa Guilford Connecticut 6437 the beginning of the last century, Suffield had five lawyers, which would seem to indicate a certain amount of prosperity, or, at all events, activity.

There is no better test of the general enlightenment of a com- munity than its willingness to make sacrifices for education.

The history of Suffield in this respect is one of which we may all be reasonably glad. We have already observed that at the founding of the town a plot of ground was set apart for educa- tional purposes.

The memorandum makes pleasant reading today. The land was "for the support and maintenance of a School, to continue and be Improved for and to that use forever, without any alienation therefrom. In was built the first building for educational purposes. The curriculum was absolutely sound: Just as now doctors tell us Eglon WV bi horney housewifes pains in the feet are often caused by defects in the teeth, so our ancestors knew that the quickest way to impress a fact on a boy's brain was to make an impression on a remoter por- tion of his frame.

Early in the nineteenth century the Con- necticut Literary Institution was founded in Suffield. About one hundred years ago the Connecticut Baptist Educa- tion Society began to collect money to establish a literary insti- tution in Suffield.

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