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For the past forty years critic James Wolcott has been a cerebral antidote to the dullness contaminating our cultural pages.
In his introduction Wolcott admits to “going soft” lately, to “becoming a more loving, caring, dulcimer-strumming individual.”
Redundancy in general remains an issue for Wolcott: “white-boned,” “pale-moon,” “bulk-sized,” “streaming cataract,” “forlorn rue.”
In his trial for the killings, Wolcott was declared not guilty by reason of insanity after being diagnosed with a mental illness.
While detained in a mental institution, Wolcott earned his high school diploma and began taking college courses in psychology.
Oliver Wolcott died; a statesman under Washington, and 10 years successively governor of Connecticut.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
In a few moments Mr. Wolcott also came out, leaving the office door open.The Red City|S. Weir Mitchell
The extracts from the poetry of Governor Wolcott are very favorable to the poetic reputation of the governor.
Dr. Wolcott, and some other members of the party who ascended the formation, reported a small lake on this elevation.
The height of land between the east and west Savann, Dr. Wolcott estimates at about thirty feet.