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Taxi driver James Bailey flees the ruin and emptiness of his life by heading off to Fargo. Although he never gets there, he does find out that the grace he had imagined in far-out places has been tagging along with him all the time. In Bailey, author Craig enacts, in a rollicking manner, Josef Pieper's idea of man as "Status Viatoris" (being-on-the-way) and shows that a ministry can be found driving a taxi. Craig skillfully shows how grace turns up in the strangest places, and, in a manner worthy of Fitzgerald, magically evokes the "graced" land which is America and her people.