Post-Apocalyptic Hope

Cormac McCarthy’s novels are the Ecclesiastes of postmodern American literature—finely wrought chunks of sparseness in which the protagonists struggle to survive a violent or deadening landscape, and rarely have time for such luxuries as hope or happiness. The novels also get made into remarkable films.

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Sojourners Magazine February 2010
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