End of Summer and Execution in “The Green Mile”

The end of summer is marked by the autumnal equinox, and thoughts turn to shorter days and longer nights.

Story threads of Stephen King’s moving novel, “The Green Mile” are running along memory paths in my head, triggered by the omnipresent news of Georgia’s death row drama, the planned execution of Troy Davis. Continue reading “End of Summer and Execution in “The Green Mile””