Daily Archives: April 1, 2020

Cyprus: A Case Study On The Problems Of Trust

According to the UNDP, solid majorities of both Greek and Turkish Cypriots do not believe that the other side is willing to make the compromises that would be necessary for both to live in the same country in peace.  As … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Bruce Hornsby

At first glance, Bruce Hornsby would not appear to have been an obvious candidate for one of the most versatile and creative artists of the late 20th and early 21st centuries.  If you look at only his hit singles, he … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sonnets (Edward Moxon)

Sonnets, by Edward Moxon I must admit that I was impressed with the author when I finished reading this book.  I am not sure that everyone would be so impressed, though.  As a reader, I feel that this book is … Continue reading

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Book Review: Les Sonnets (Louise Labé)

Les Sonnets, by Louise Labé There is something sad and seemingly inevitable about this book and its context.  The author was a southern French woman who married but had a lover and then took another lover when the first was … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sonnets (R.D. Laing)

Sonnets, by R.D. Laing This book is not quite as clever or engaging or original as the author thinks it is.  Indeed, this book, although short, is still padded considerably to reach its length, as if the author wanted to … Continue reading

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