Careers can come undone in an instant, turning into fodder for the fickle public, the savage press, the punctual remixer. The great Bill Buckner is Boston's eternal Little Leaguer. Howard Dean looks to become a footnote to the work of Dr. Arthur Janov. And consider poor Roberto Duran. The Panamanian was a ferocious, recklessly persistent boxer, but he's most remembered for giving up. He's the guy who, after eight rounds of being dodged and taunted by Sugar Ray Leonard, issued one of athletic history's most plaintive, pithy concessions: "No mas." Early in Act 1 of Kim Euell's tale... More >>>