I might have described Frank Bascombe as old friend. But he’s more than that.
With the publication of Richard Ford’s fourth Bascombe book, I’ve come to understand things about Frank I couldn’t imagine knowing about even the closest friend. No real life acquaintance would have allowed me access to the unspoken observations, apprehensions, depreciating self-appraisals and somet...
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