Daily Archives: April 22, 2018

Quadratus The Obscure

By far the most obscure of the Apostolic Fathers is Quadratus, of whom one Christian site [1] says the following: “Quadratus is spoken of by Eusebius as a “man of understanding and of Apostolic faith.” And he celebrates Aristides as … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Animal That Drank Up Sound

The Animal That Drank Up Sound, by William Stafford, illustrated by Debra Frasier How does one review a book like this one?  I am no stranger to reviewing books by William Stafford [1], and I have even read a children’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Glass Face In The Rain

A Glass Face In The Rain:  New Poems, by William Stafford This book of poems was the last one published by a major publisher (Harper & Row) before the poet’s death in 1993, and that sense of finality gives these … Continue reading

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