Daily Archives: August 26, 2017

Is An Unjust Tribunal Like A Hurricane?

At times, I like to pay attention to the juxtaposition of seemingly independent stories that, when combined, give a larger context to events that would be far more ephemeral to the concerns of the world at large when viewed in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Winter Garden

Winter Garden, by Pablo Neruda, translated by William O’Daily I am no stranger to reading poems [1], and this is the second book of the poet’s that I have read. ┬áThis particular book was posthumously published from a written manuscript … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Book Of Questions

The Book Of Questions, by Pablo Neruda, translated by William O’Daly As a fond reader of poetry [1], I wasn’t sure what to expect from this book. ┬áTo be sure, Pablo Neruda was a leftist Chilean poet, and this book … Continue reading

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