Daily Archives: February 10, 2019

Moses And The Burning Bush: A Commentary With Digressions

Last Sabbath I made a promise to one of the students in my Sabbath School class to write a commentary as is my usual fashion for Sabbath School, since I will be gone when the lesson is supposed to be … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Made-Up Self

The Made-Up Self:  Impersonation In The Personal Essay, by Carl H. Klaus In many ways, this is the sort of effort that could only be in an age as obsessed with irony and meta-analysis as our own is.  To wit, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Essayists On The Essay

Essayists On The Essay: Montaigne To Our Time, edited by Carl H. Klaus and Ned Stuckey-French As an essayist, I find it somewhat striking that I have long written essays without stopping to think about what other essayists have said … Continue reading

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Essayism: On Form, Feeling, And Nonfiction

On Form, Feeling, And Nonfiction, by Brian Dillon When it comes to reading a book like this, you really have to care what the author has to say, and that was not always the case for me.  To be sure, … Continue reading

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