Daily Archives: March 20, 2016

If We Were A Different Sort Of Being

Today at services we had the yearly camp video, which always makes me briefly want to volunteer at camp with a smile, before I think about the logistical difficulties and my own diffidence in the matter. One of the interesting … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: Dragon’s Blood & Willow Bark

Dragon’s Blood & Willow Bark: The Mysteries Of Medieval Medicine, by Toni Mount As someone who frequently reviews books for the De Re Militari [1], occasionally I see an odd book that is waiting to be reviewed and I decide … Continue reading

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Book Review: Eight Plays

Eight Plays, by Moliere, newly translated, with an Introduction, by Morris Bishop I remember first being interested in Moliere’s plays, many of which I have read before in other translations, as a college student who read drama for fun, a … Continue reading

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