Daily Archives: March 2, 2019

What Is Not Seen

The noted 19th century French economist Frederic Bastiat wrote, among his several works completed before his untimely death due to consumption, an insightful work called “That Which Is Seen, And That Which Is Not Seen.”  This particular work was written … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Roots Of The Mountains

The Roots Of The Mountains:  Wherein It Is Told Somewhat OF The Lives Of The Men Of Burgdale Their Friends Their Neighbors Their Foemen And Their Fellows In Arms by William Morris It is telling and altogether appropriate that this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Myth, Object, And The Animal

Myth, Object, And The Animal:  Glass Installations, by William Morris As I was helpfully and surprisingly reminded, the William Morris my library system prefers is not the founder of the Arts & Crafts movement, but rather a contemporary glassblower I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ancient Memories

Ancient Memories:  The Glass Sculpture Of William Morris, by Kennesaw State University I must admit this was not what I had in mind when I was looking for writings by William Morris.  I had in mind the writings of the … Continue reading

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