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A New Menu for William Jennings Bryan Oleander

In the tiny town of Here, Kansas... things tend to move at a much slower pace. In rural areas like this, old habits seem to hang around a lot longer. Take dietary habits, for example. Most of the men in Here like simple meals of meat and potatoes. And for the longest time, Commentator William Jennings Bryan Oleander was no exception.

Commentary from Williams Jennings Bryan Oleander, also known as Tom Averill, professor emeritus of English at Washburn University. Tom Averill is also the author of 10 books. He lives in Topeka.

Tom's most recent novel is Found Documents from the Life of Nell Johnson Doerr.