Lance Morrow - Quotes

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Everywhere you hang your hat is home. Home is the bright cave under the hat. ---->>>

Never forget the power of silence, that massively disconcerting pause which goes on and on and may at last induce an opponent to babble and backtrack nervously. ---->>>

As they marched, the crowds lining the route broke into applause, a sweet and deeply felt spontaneous pattering that was a sort of communal embrace. Welcome home. ---->>>

The real 1960s began on the afternoon of November 22, 1963. It came to seem that Kennedy's murder opened some malign trap door in American culture, and the wild bats flapped out.

The real 1960s began on the afternoon of November 22, 1963. It came to seem that Kennedy's murder opened some malign trap door in American culture, and the wild bats flapped out.

A rattlesnake loose in the living room tends to end all discussion of animal rights. ---->>>

Vatican II was a force that seized the mind of the Roman Catholic Church and carried it across centuries from the 13th to the 20th. ---->>>

He vanished to the public in order to materialize for his family. ---->>>

The Church became both more accessible and less imposing. It threw itself open to risk. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 09-21, 1939
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Occupation: Writer
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Lance Morrow (born September 21, 1939, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American essayist and writer, chiefly for Time Magazine, as well as the author of several books. He won the 1981 National Magazine Award for Essay and Criticism and was a finalist for the same award in 1991. He has the distinction of writing more "Man of the Year" articles than any other writer in the magazine's history and has appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and The O'Reilly Factor (wikipedia)