Daily Archives: September 7, 2018

Something Tells Me You’re Not Famous Anymore

What do you do when you’re no longer famous but still need to pay the bills?  Most of us who are normal people are not famous enough to matter anyway to those outside of our family and friends and perhaps … Continue reading

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Book Review: Who Killed Homer?

Who Killed Homer?:  The Demise Of Classical Education And The Recovery Of Greek Wisdom, by Victor Davis Hanson & John Heath I do not believe that I would be considered a classicist within the context of Academia.  As fond as … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Father Of Us All

The Father Of Us All:  War And History – Ancient and Modern, by Victor Davis Hanson It is one of the most notable and strange aspects of my reading of the author’s works that I have liked him least when … Continue reading

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