Transplanting Molly’s “Flower of the Mountain” To Lake Woebegone

“On this day in 1932 James Joyce wrote to Random House’s Bennett Cerf a famous letter detailing the tribulations of getting his novel Ulysses published,” according to Writer’s Almanac. To mark the occasion Garrison K recited the “Yes” soliloquy. It’s a warm, sunny day but it seems a long way from Bloomsday. Molly’s “Flower of the Mountain” doesn’t quite transplant to Lake Woebegone. And Garrison Keillor is no Coleen Dewhurst.

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