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An Archaeology Book to Change Your Life

By Richard Swan Very occasionally a book comes along that changes your life, in the sense that it alters your thinking and causes you to…

A Hierarchy Nevertheless

By Nicky Charlish Postwar British history has been a fruitful furrow for scholars to plough. After books covering a range of subjects from the New…

Haiku Commentary

spring breeze . . . a new nun shivers in the cloister © Marina Balmaceda Paredes We start with a kigo, or seasonal reference. A…

A Poem of Kabir

Kabir, a 15th century saint and poet from India, wrote poems that rallied against organized religion and called for divine experience rather than dogma. His…

Metro 2033 Book Review

Science fiction is to some extent a rather conservative genre, as it is based mostly on long-established canons. Each science-fiction sub-genre, be it space opera,…

The Lord of the Rings

“The Lord of the Rings” is a book trilogy that is in many senses precious to me. I tried reading the trilogy several times, but…

‘Under the Dome’ by Steven King

The recent novels written by Steven King are more and more reminiscent of social experiments. Perhaps it is just my personal impression and experience, but…

A Poet to His Beloved

“A Poet to His Beloved“ by famed Irish Revival poet William Butler Yeats is a succinct dedication to a lover, but with a bittersweet feel. Employing exacting and…

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