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Go Fast, Turn Left Voices from Orange County Speedway (review)

Go Fast, Turn Left Voices from Orange County Speedway (review) time gone, long time coming. Come hook in the guls, come buUet between doe's shoulders, come long cold and die Cross, come time to lay down, come time to get awake, I'll remember you with love." The evening before his tragic death, Pancake caUed his mother and strangely repeated "I love you" three times. His mother, who knew him better than anyone, has said, "I diink he was startled, he was frightened, he was confused, he was pushed, he was sick ... I know he loved me. He wouldn't have put me through this. That's why he couldn't have done it in his right mind. . . . He was somewhere between fear and frustration and his mind just snapped." But who has ever entered die mind of another? Pancake's ultimate motives wiU ever remain an enigma. He was suigeneris, a wonderfuUy promising writer. Douglass's book makes you want to read him. Go Fast, Turn Left Voices from Orange County Speedway Produced, directed, and edited by Kenny Dalsheimer The Groove Productions, 1 997 48 min. Videotape, $24.95 Reviewed by Elizabeth A. Fenn, a doctoral candidate in early American history at Yale University. Fenn is an ASE-certified auto mechanic. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southern Cultures University of North Carolina Press

Go Fast, Turn Left Voices from Orange County Speedway (review)

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time gone, long time coming. Come hook in the guls, come buUet between doe's shoulders, come long cold and die Cross, come time to lay down, come time to get awake, I'll remember you with love." The evening before his tragic death, Pancake caUed his mother and strangely repeated "I love you" three times. His mother, who knew him better than anyone, has said, "I diink he was startled, he was frightened, he was confused, he was pushed, he was sick ... I know he loved me. He wouldn't have put me through this. That's why he couldn't have done it in his right mind. . . . He was somewhere between fear and frustration and his mind just snapped." But who has ever entered die mind of another? Pancake's ultimate motives wiU ever remain an enigma. He was suigeneris, a wonderfuUy promising writer. Douglass's book makes you want to read him. Go Fast, Turn Left Voices from Orange County Speedway Produced, directed, and edited by Kenny Dalsheimer The Groove Productions, 1 997 48 min. Videotape, $24.95 Reviewed by Elizabeth A. Fenn, a doctoral candidate in early American history at Yale University. Fenn is an ASE-certified auto mechanic.

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Southern CulturesUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Jan 4, 1999

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