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February 3, 2014

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The Invention of Harmony

The beautiful story of Sister Perpetua and finding harmony in the abbey choir.

Fiction, Literature
God's Autobio

Review of God’s Autobio

I know Rolli has achieved greatness in “God’s Autobio” because from time to time he conjures up the spirit of La Fontaine’s Fables, and these are classics of French literature. However it probably says something altogether different about the reviewer that one of the stories, “Von Claire and the Tiger”, makes him think of another book – children’s classic “The Tiger Who Came To Tea”, because Rolli’s tiger story seems something like an equivalent tale for adults.

Books, Interviews, Reviews, Writers
comic by artist Glen O'Neill

Embracing my Apatheism

I used to believe in God. Every day, as I went through the motions of high school, I would send up quick prayers to Jesus. I pictured the Almighty as this warm, mystical wind that was carrying me through life.

Commentary, Culture, Memoir

The Zouch Pamphlet, Uncategorized

Cynical Guerrilla: Innocence

Is it wrong to be happy that Osama bin Laden is dead? Do we lose our innocence when we seek revenge, and when we celebrate a death?

Commentary, Culture
comparative analysis - apples and oranges

“The Tragedy of Comparative Analysis” by Mark James

Essays, Literature

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