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Anonymous said...

Just to let the society know that more than literary buffs find O'Hara very interesting: I am a geologist preparing a poster session for the Northeastern Section of the Geological Society of American meeting (in Portland, ME, in March) concerning O'Hara's "comments" on geology, mining history, and the influenza epidemic of 1918, mainly in Appointment in Samarra and "The Doctor's Son." Have read numerous books on the influenza pandemic and none mention the latter, though they wax ecstatic over "Pale Horse, Pale Rider"! O'Hara may have been a "Jerk", but his basic goodness comes through in his marvelous letters to his daughter.