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Topic - Red Allen
Despite its heat and humidity, August isn't cruel like April, but it taps deeper into melancholy. The days grow shorter, sunlight becomes less intense and shadows lengthen, shading the edges of experience. Summer begins to feel like Sunday night.
"We are all outsiders," says Mr. Allen, "with no inside to be outside of."
Mr. Allen, a Pulitzer medalist, knows the zeitgeist, and wrote a book about the flavor of each decade of the 20th century.