“Living without expectations is hard but, when you can do it, good. Living without hope is harder, and that is bad. You have got to have hope, and you mustn’t shirk it. Love, after all, ‘hopeth all things.’ But maybe you must learn, and it is hard learning, not to hope out loud, especially for other people. You must not let your hope turn into expectation.”
What makes Hannah Coulter a great American novel? How does Berry draw out the ideas of fidelity and rootedness? Who influenced Berry’s writings, and who did his writings influence?
Join the NAS on June 14th at 2pm ET to find out!
The speakers for this webinar will be announced closer to the date of the event.