Daily Archives: September 14, 2020

Cum Enim Omnia Saeva

What is it that makes our contemporary situation so harsh and savage when it comes to politics? To be sure, I feel the savagery as much as anyone else does, and perhaps unlike most, I wish to understand it. What … Continue reading

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Book Review: My First Bilingual Book: Feelings / Serbonzinho

My First Bilingual Book: Feelings / Serbonzinho, by Milet Publishing Feelings are not simple matters in any language. A book that, as this book does, attempts to describe feelings honestly and sympathetically while doing justice to how they are to … Continue reading

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Book Review: My First Bilingual Book: A Day / Um Dia

My First Bilingual Book: A Day / Um Dia, by Milet Publishing It is fascinating to read this book because the intense simplicity of what is said tends to make all the more obvious the assumptions that are being made … Continue reading

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Book Review: Being Good / Serbonzinho

Being Good / Serbonizho, by Hakan San Borteçin This book is a very short one, indeed, it is a picture book aimed at toddlers in encouraging them to be proficient in both English and Portuguese.  Admittedly, the subject is not … Continue reading

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