Missing the Renaissance man

I am amazed and appalled at not finding Cecil Bothwell’s wonderful writing and Renaissance-man insights in your paper anymore. Has there ever been such a columnist who could write so broadly and knowledgeably about so many subjects?

Surely, you must realize this is a mistake.

— Anita Fletcher
Weaverville

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2 thoughts on “Missing the Renaissance man

  1. Don Talley

    How marvelously ironic!! Sir Cecil of Bothwell’s loyal followers continue to place the talented writer on a ever higher pedestal. They’ve made him out to be a martyr and many devoted Bothwellites seem ready to nominate Cecil for sainthood.
    As Sir Cecil seeks to capitalize on his recent book attacking a national religious icon, he seems to be building his own cult-like following of devotees and worshippers.
    How ironic indeed !!!!!

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