Author: Thea Autry

Thea Autry

Thea Autry Thea J. Autry is assistant professor of English at Hillsdale College. She completed her undergraduate studies at University of St. Thomas, Houston and earned her Ph.D. in English literature from Vanderbilt University. Her work has been published in The Faulkner Journal.

You Might Not Know Thomas Wolfe, but You Should

If restlessness was, as historian Paul Johnson notes, a defining feature of our post-revolutionary sense of national self, it culminated in the twentieth century’s alienated metropolitanism, and while the passenger train provided the gift of democratized transportation it also fragmented human interaction.