I've started writing three different posts to sort of parse out my own thinking on what happened two weeks ago. It was a grotesque, horrific, indefensible, flare that provided a brief glipse of
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Jonathan Bates takes on the "Who wrote Shakespeare?" conspiracy theory.
Rummaging through some old files, I stumbled across this journal entry from eight years ago. It shocked me, like I was reading the story of someone else. And then it helped make everything
I was browsing around the movie section of a bookstore (because if you’re going to take a break from movies for books it should be for books about movies) and came
Dorthy Sayers, in her speech, The Lost Tools of Learning, outlines how the use of language is the primary goal of education, not the subject themselves, It consisted of three parts: Grammar, Dialectic,